Force and Motion Vocabulary

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32 questions
• Q1
An object's change in position.
Motion
30s
• Q2
The total length of the path an object travels. (Ex. 7 meters.)
Distance
30s
• Q3
The distance and direction of an object's change in position from the starting point. (Ex. 7 meters North.)
Displacement
30s
• Q4
The measure of how fast an object is moving
Speed
30s
• Q5
What type of force causes the skiier to accelerate down the hill?ptQZFztSE5p3M6rIiaOXwg_m.jpg
Gravity
30s
• Q6
See image
Constant Speed,Speed that stays the same and does not change. Depicted by a straight line on a distance-time graph. Zero Acceleration.
30s
• Q7
Are the forces on the book balanced or unbalanced?
Balanced because there is no change in motion
30s
• Q8
See image
Average Speed,The total distance traveled divided by the time it takes to travel that distance. Total Distance/ Total Time.
30s
• Q9
Which of Newton's Laws does the picture explain?
Newton's 1st Law
30s
• Q10
The speed of an object and the direction of its motion.
Velocity
30s
• Q11
See image
(Ex. 5 m/s South)
30s
• Q12
The horizontal line on a graph where the independent variable is placed.
x-axis
30s
• Q13
The vertical line on a graph where th dependent variable is placed.
y-axis
30s
• Q14
When an object doesn't change speed or direction, the velocity is constant.
Zero Acceleration
30s
• Q15
How could this boy REDUCE friction to make pulling his sister easier?
Replace the skis with wheels OR Pull her on a smoother surface (like snow or ice)
30s

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