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`. The formula for calculating distance. Answer. Back to Main Board. The formula for calculating speed. Answer. Back to Main Board. The formula for calculating time. Answer. Back to Main Board. The amount of distance an object travels in a certain time. Answer. Back to Main Board.

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The formula for calculating distance

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The formula for calculating speed

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The formula for calculating time

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A change in velocity such as speeding up, slowing down, or changing direction

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The force of air opposing an object

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The three types of friction are

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Force per unit area is

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Another way to reduce friction is

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Gravity acting upon mass is called

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Force is measured in

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Distance is measured in

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Speed is measured in

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Speed is measured in

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“If you heat water to a temperature of 100 degrees celcius, then the water will begin to boil”. This is a example of a(an)

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Distance = speed * time

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Speed = distance/time

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Time = distance/speed

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speed

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velocity

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acceleration

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gravity

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gravity

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smaller

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Air resistance

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friction

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Reduce friction

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pressure

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Final speed – initial speed
• time

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motion

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inertia

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lubrication

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weight

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newtons

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Meters, kilometers, etc

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Seconds, minutes, hours

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Three times

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Boiling point

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