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```Forces
The force that opposes all motion
and is caused by rubbing.
FRICTION
The force that pulls all objects
toward the center of the earth at
9.8meters per second/ per second.
GRAVITY
When a deforming force is
its original shape.
ELASTICITY
A push or pull on an object that
can result in a change in shape,
direction or velocity of the object.
FORCE
The force that pulls away from
center.
CENTRIFUGAL
The rate of distance covered in a
certain amount of time.
The Sonic Wind - 760mph Utah Salt Flats
VELOCITY
A change in velocity.
• The Cyclone
ACCELERATION
Stored energy as a result of doing
work on an object.
POTENTIAL ENERGY
Force X Distance. Force exerted
on an object through a distance.
WORK
The product of the mass of an
object times it velocity.
MOMENTUM
The weight of an object to be
moved.
RESISTANCE
A state in which 2 opposing forces
are in balance.
EQUILIBRIUM
A twisting or turning force.
TORQUE
A center seeking force
CENTRIPETAL
The tendency of a body to resist a
change in its motion. The
tendency of an object to keep on
doing what it is doing.
INERTIA
The energy of motion.
KINETIC ENERGY
The force that moves a
resistance. Applied force.
EFFORT
The ability to do work and
make things move.
ENERGY
Amount of matter in an object.
MASS
Measure of the pull of
gravity on an object.
WEIGHT
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