scalar | | F=ma |

NewtonsFirstLaw | | Three hundred million meters per second |

NewtonsSecondLaw | | Speed times time |

volt | | Measure of disorder |

higher | | The name for the flow of electric charge |

UniversalLawofGravitation | | Distance from the origin to the peak (or trough) |

polarization | | v = IR |

trough | | Opposite charges ____________ |

speedoflight | | Measure of the average kinetic energy of molecules |

reflection | | The vibration of light in only one plane |

attract | | What a wave travels in |

medium | | Passing a magnetic field by a wire creates a ____________ in the wire |

watt | | The bouncing of waves off of an object |

ohm | | Balanced forces |

temperature | | Wavelength times frequency |

dopplereffect | | Forces come in pairs |

diffraction | | Direction of centripetal force |

amplitude | | Unit of electric current |

center | | Shortening of wavelengths as a result of the motion of an object making the waves |

NewtonsThirdLaw | | This is what waves transfer |

momentum | | Study of heat |

period | | Measurement with magnitude and a direction |

more | | Distance divided by speed |

speedofsound | | Unbalanced forces cause acceleration |

current | | All masses exert gravity on all other masses |

thermodynamics | | Unit of electrical resistance |

transformers | | Energy of motion |

unbalancedforce | | Unit of power |

kineticenergy | | Product of mass and velocity |

momentum | | For every action force, there is an equal reaction force in the opposite direction |

NewtonsFirstLaw | | Distance divided by time |

entropy | | The faster molecules move, the _____________ their temperature |

repel | | Type of circuit where current can only follow one path |

gravitationalpotentialenergy | | Higher frequencies of sound have ____________ pitch |

balancedforces | | Type of circuit that has both series and parallel portions |

distance | | Type of circuit where current splits |

parallel | | Direction of centripetal acceleration |

vector | | No acceleration will occur |

NewtonsSecondLaw | | Measurement with magnitude only |

time | | The bending of a wave as it passes a barrier |

peak | | Unit of frequency |

Hertz | | A messy room has ___________ entropy than a neat room |

compound | | Law that says energy can change forms |

inertia | | To an observer an approaching car's horn has a ___________ pitch than the driver hears |

frequency | | Lowest part of a wave |

longer | | Causes a change in momentum |

refraction | | Like charges ______________ |

ConservationofEnergy | | Time needed for a wave to complete a cycle |

averagespeed | | Laziness |

current | | Highest part of a wave |

energy | | These are used to step up or step down voltage |

ampere | | Lower frequencies of light have ____________ wavelengths |

series | | Number of cycles per unit of time |

wavespeed | | Unit of electric potential |

center | | This law of motion tells us why a car can't make a sharp turn at high speeds when it hits an oil sli |

NewtonsThirdLaw | | Energy due to an object's position above Earth's surface |

OhmsLaw | | Inertia in motion |

higher | | 340m/s |

NewtonsFirstLaw | | Objects in motion remain in motion |

higher | | The bending of waves as a result of going from one medium to another |