# Shared Flashcard Set

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Chapter 8 Review
Chapter 8 Review
23
Physics
10/03/2006

Term
 What is the definition for force?
Definition
 a force is anything that makes apush or a pull to make an object accelerate or decelerate.
Term
 What is a constatn speed?
Definition
 When an object travels in an equal amount of time and distance.
Term
 The more __________ and object has the harder it is to stop.
Definition
 Momentum.
Term
 What is the equation for momentum?
Definition
 p=mv
Term
 What is speed measured in?
Definition
 distance and time.
Term
 What are the two types of forces?
Definition
 Balance and unbalanced.
Term
 When forces are unbalanced, what occurs?
Definition
 Acceleration.
Term
 When forces are balanced, what can happen?
Definition
 Either there is no movement, or the movement is at a constant speed.
Term
 How many types of friction are there?
Definition
 Four (4)
Term
 What is the strongest form of friction?
Definition
 Static Friction
Term
 What is static friction?
Definition
 A type of friction that holds an object in place.
Term
 What is sliding friction?
Definition
 When one surface slides against another.
Term
 What is rolling friction?
Definition
 A type of friction where one surface rolls against another.
Term
 What is fluid?
Definition
 Fluid is a liquid or a gas.
Term
 What is fluid friction?
Definition
 Fluid friction is friction with liquid and gas.
Term
 Gravity depends on __________ and _________.
Definition
 mass, distance
Term
 What is Newtons first law of motion?
Definition
 An object in motion tends to stay in motion. An object at rest tends to stay at rest.
Term
 What can stop motion?
Definition
 Friction
Term
 What is Newtons first law also called?
Definition
 Inertia
Term
 What is Newtons second law of motion?
Definition
 Force, mass, and acceleration. a=f/m
Term
 What is Newtons second law of motion?
Definition
 Force, mass, and acceleration. a=f/m
Term
 What is Newtons second law of motion?
Definition
 Force, mass, and acceleration. a=f/m
Term
 What is Newtons third law of motion?
Definition
 For every action, there is an equal and oppisite reaction.
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