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NSTA Web Seminar:

Force and Motion: Stop Faking It!

Thursday, January 15, 2009

Force and Motion
• Circular motion
• Different frames of reference
• Gravitational forces
• Orbiting things

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You have a string tied to an object. In which direction(s) can you exert a force on the object using the string?
You have a string tied to an object. In which direction(s) can you exert a force on the object using the string?

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Centripetal force is...

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As a car rounds a sharp curve, you slide to one side because you’re not wearing your seatbelt.
When viewed from inside the car, there is a centrifugal force that pushes you away from the center of the circular path the car is taking.
Which of the following are true?

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Weight is:

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Thank you!

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Zipporah Miller, Associate Executive Director Conferences and Programs

Al Byers, Assistant Executive Director e-Learning

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Paul Tingler, Director

Jeff Layman, Technical Coordinator

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