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A review of major concepts from 1 semester college prep introductory physics

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Across
5.how fast work is completed; vector; P = W/t; W
6.rate of change in velocity; vector; a = (Vf-Vi)/t; m/s^2 (squared)
9."center seeking" force that keeps an object moving in a circle
10.energy due to motion; KE = 1/2mv^2 (squared); J
11.measured by an object's mass; tendency to maintain state of motion (moving/at rest); scalar; kg
12.object under the influence of gravity only (in freefall); has horizontal & vertical components
15.distance & gravitational force are ______ proportional (when 1 increases the other decreases)
17.component of a projectile that remains constant throughout its flight
18.quantity with magnitude & direction
19."at rest" tells you that the _____ velocity (Vi) is 0
20.with centripetal force, the _____ is constant & the direction is always changing
26.energy due to position; stored energy; PE = mgh; J
28.quantity with direction only
29.rate of change in displacement; how fast & in what direction; vector; v = d/t; m/s
Down
1.force of attraction between 2 objects with mass is called universal __________
2.applying a force over a distance; vector; W = Fd; J
3.force of gravity on a mass; vector; Fw = mg; N
4.how far & in what direction; vector; m
7.the ___ force is the sum of all forces acting on an object; vector; N
8.mass & gravitational force are _____ proportional (when 1 increases the other increases)
13.when an object is under the influence of gravity only
14.how far; scalar; m
16.path that a projectile follows; parabola or helf-parabola
19.change in momentum; Imp = Ft; N s
21.inertia in motion; product of mass & velocity; p = mv; kg m/s
22.component of a projectile that determines how long it is in the air
23."comes to a stop" tells you that the ______ velocity (Vf) is 0
24.push/pull; vector; N
25.rate of change in distance; how fast; scalar; s = d/t; m/s
27.the amount of matter in an object; measure of an object's inertia; scalar; kg

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