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FORCES. How do forces move objects? January 16, 2014. FORCES ARE:. Any push or pull on an object Change the direction or motion of an object Stop, start, move, slow down, speed up, etc… May be seen or not seen Measured in Newtons (N). NET FORCE (Balanced vs. Unbalanced):.

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Forces

FORCES

How do forces move objects?

January 16, 2014


Forces are
FORCES ARE:

  • Any push or pull on an object

  • Change the direction or motion of an object

    • Stop, start, move, slow down, speed up, etc…

  • May be seen or not seen

  • Measured in Newtons (N)


Net force balanced vs unbalanced
NET FORCE(Balanced vs. Unbalanced):

  • NET FORCE means:

    • Total amount of force on an object

    • Measured in Newtons still (btw 1 Newton= 0.2248089438741 pound)

  • Balanced means:

    • Total amount of force is ZERO (0) NEWTONS

    • Object will not change its motion

  • Unbalanced means:

    • Total amount of force is NOTzero (0) Newtons

    • Object will change its motion


Forces around us picture left hand side
FORCES AROUND US PICTURE(Left Hand Side)

  • Pick a sport and draw a picture showing someone participating in it. (Drawings should be neat and colorful)

  • Identify where forces are acting in the picture. Draw arrows to indicate where the force is coming from and where they are going

  • Write 1 paragraph to answer the following questions:

    • Why are forces important in the sport you chose?

    • Give 2 examples of what would happen in your picture/sport if these forces weren’t present.



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