Gravity and Motion

Gravity and Motion

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  • Friction is a force that two surfaces exert on one another when they rub against one another.
  • The cause of friction is when irregular bumps on a surface rub against those of another surface 
  • “You know what? That is a great example of fluid friction. They are more types of friction such as sliding, rolling, static, and of course fluid.”
  • “woohoo I can’t wait to go surfing”
  • gravity is the force pulls objects towards each other 
  • gravity
  • the force of gravity depends on the mass of the object 
  • A type of fluid friction called air resistance acts on objects falling through air. Air resistance is an upward force exerted on falling objects.  
  • When the only force acting on an object is gravity, the object is said to be in free fall
  • For every second an object falls, it accelerates 9.8 m/s.
  • In free fall, the force of gravity alone causes an object to accelerate in the downward direction.
  • Projectile is an object that is thrown
  • Can mass be elastic?
  • Tension is an elastic force that stretches or pulls matter
  • Matter is considered elastic if it returns to its original shape after it is squeesed or stretched
  • Compression is an elastic force that squeezes or pushes matter together
  • Storyboard made by: Anthony Kaylani Simrat Jordyn & Mia Period 2
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