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FORCE AND MOTION

- FORCES ARE REQUIRED TO CHANGE THE MOTION OF OBJECTS.
- NEWTON’S LAWS DEFINE THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN:
- FORCE
- MASS (INERTIA)
- ACCELERATION

KEY TOPICS

- INERTIA
- NEWTON’S FIRST LAW
- NEWTON’S SECOND LAW
- WEIGHT
- NEWTON’S THIRD LAW

INERTIA

- THINGS AT REST TEND TO STAY AT REST.
- THINGS IN MOTION TEND TO STAY IN MOTION.

INERTIA

- DEFINITION:
RESISTANCE TO CHANGES TO MOTION

- AN ALTERNATE MEASURE OF THE MASS OF AN OBJECT
IT IS MEASURED USING THE GRAM FAMILY

THE KILOGRAM IS MOST OFTEN USED IN NEWTON’S LAWS

NEWTON’S FIRST LAW

IF THE SUM OF ALL THE FORCES UPON AN OBJECT IS ZERO

- AN OBJECT AT REST WILL STAY AT REST
- AN OBJECT IN MOTION WILL STAY IN MOTION WITH CONSTANT SPEED AND MOVE IN A STRAIGHT LINE.

ACTIVITY

NEWTON SLIDE

Question

The acceleration on an object is “a”. If the force on the object is doubled and its mass is cut in half, what will be its new acceleration?

- 2a
- A
- 4a
- NOTA

WEIGHT

- THE FORCE DUE TO GRAVITY UPON AN OBJECT
- THE FORCE POINTS TO THE CENTER OF THE EARTH
- THE AMOUNT OF FORCE CAN BE CALCULATED BY WRITING THE SECOND LAW AS
F = M A

MASS & WEIGHT

- THE RELATION BETWEEN MASS (M) AND WEIGHT (Wt) CAN BE FOUND FROM
F = M A

- THE FORCE F IS REPLACE BY Wt AND THE ACCELERATION IS REPLACED WITH THE ACCELERATION DUE TO GRAVITY (g)

NEWTON’S THIRD LAW

IF AN OBJECT EXERTS A FORCE ON A SECOND OBJECT, THE SECOND EXERTS AN EQUAL BUT OPPOSITE FORCE ON THE FIRST.

ACTIVITY

- TUG BOAT TUG-O-WAR
- BALLOON ROCKET

Question

When a bug splatters upon a windshield, the force on the bug is _______ the force on the windshield.

- greater than
- less than
- Equal to

FORCE AND MOTIONSUMMARY

- DESCRIBING MOTION
- INERTIA
- NEWTONS THREE LAWS

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