kinetic | | magnitude |

acceleration | | the standard unit for length |

scalar | | kind of collision in which shape does not change |

fulcrum | | at the beginning. In physics it is when time equals zero |

netforce | | Any Push or Pull |

averagespeed | | Magnitude and Direction |

newton | | a distance |

momentum | | distance divided by time |

inelastic | | mass * velocity |

motion | | energy of motion |

vector | | The standard unit of force |

efficiency | | unit of time |

velocity | | F=ma |

Kilograms | | The number and kind of atoms that make up an object |

weight | | The standard unit of mass |

inertia | | energy of position |

mechanical | | An object that can change the direction of a force or multiply forces |

seconds | | pivot point |

joules | | force * distance |

secondlaw | | force that keeps an object moving in a circle |

centripetal | | The Total distance covered divided by the time it took to travel that distance. |

centrifugal | | at right angles |

firstlaw | | one quantity increases the other quantity decreases |

freefall | | An object is moving if its position relative to a fixed point is changing. |

mass | | the change in velocity divided by time. vector quantity |

pressure | | unit of energy |

speed | | A number. Also shown as a length |

lever | | A measure of how well something uses energy. |

machine | | The force due to gravity |

initial | | The sum of the energies of position and motion |

conservationofenergy | | vector quantity for speed |

perpendicular | | Force of rubbing two surfaces together. A force of sliding |

force | | units of power |

power | | The Net force is zero. By Newton’s 2nd Law acceleration is zero |

potential | | simple machine |

equilibrium | | energy is neither created nor destroyed. |

elastic | | The ability for an object to resist changes to it’s state of motion |

meters | | The Vector sum of all of the forces acting on an object |

magnitude | | force divided by area |

watts | | work divided by time |

displacement | | kind of collision in which shape changes |

friction | | An object will continue in motion or stay at rest unless acted upon by a non-zero net force. |

work | | falling under the force of gravity only |

inverselyproportional | | fake force |