Solid Terms

Michael Reitzer

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 Machines anything which occupies space, has substance, and under ordinary conditions Pulley the force we apply to a machine Resistance the rate of doing work Power the english measurement for weight Matter the energy of motion Solid the amount of space a substance occupies Fulcrum the metruc unit for weight Distance the pivot point upon which the beam rests Adhesion the distance covered by a moving object in a unit of time Physics devises for doing work Atom a measurement to determine how far something has moved Effort a definite shape and occupies a definite amount of space Resistance arm the ability to do work Velocity a quantity of matter Lever a measurement of the pull of gravity upon an object Potential the attraction which allows molecules of a different kind of matter to stick together Joule the movement of an object by a force Pound the metric unit of work and energy Wedge a sloping platform that enables anything to move to a higher position Newton one of the versatile of a simple machine Inertia a measurement to determine an object's motion Kinetic the attraction that allows molecules of th same kind of matter to stick together Cohesion stored up energy Mass the mass per unit volume of a substance Foot-pound the resistance caused by moving one object against another Energy the resistance is moved at the other end Force the most basic unit of a substance Work the pushing or pulling action of one object upon another Speed the tendency of matter to stay at rest if at rest, or to continue moving at a constant velocity in motion Inclined plane a simple machine consisting of a grooved wheel Effot arm the english unit of work and energy Density a special kind of inclined plane that modifies force and changes its direction to the sides Weight the study of matter and energy Friction th force the machine helps us overcome Volume the effort is applied at one end

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