A push or pull on a object
The process of changing position
The speed and direction of an objects motion
The measure of change in volocity of an object
A pushor pull applied by a object to another object that is touching
Contact Force
A force that pushes or pullsan object without touching
Noncontact Force
The starting pointused to descibethe motion or the position of the object
Reference Point
The total length of your path
The distance betwween your initial, or starting, position and your final position
The distance an object moves devided by thetime it took to move that distance
A contact force that resists the sliding motion between two objects that are touching
A noncontact attractive force that exsist between all objects that have mass
The net force on an object is 0N (zero newtons)
Balanced forces
The net force acting on an oject is not 0
Unbalanced forces
The sum of all forces acting on a object
Net Force
The tendancy of an object to resist a change in motion
The net force acting on an object is 0 the motion of the object does not change
Newtons First Law
The acceleration of an object is equal to the net force applied to the object
Newtons Second Law
when one object exerts a force on a second object, the second object excerts a force of the same size but oposite direction, on the first object
Newtons Third Law
Two objects exert forces on each other
Force Pair