Gravity
Updated: 2/2/2020
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• Gravity
• Hey Jupiter guess what! I have the strongest force of gravity.
• Ummm.... Earth. I would rethink that. I actually have the strongest force of gravity out of all the planets.
• Gravity
• That's not fair I wanted to have the strongest force of gravity. You cheated!!
• Sorry Earth, that's just how science is!
• Friction
• MOM MOM! Watch me go down the slide!!
• You look great honey! What type of friction do you think your using?
• As we know gravity is an invisible force that pulls objects together. Jupiter is the largest and most massive planet in the solar system. It is so massive and has and has such a strong gravitational pull. Mass, weight and Density all make up the forces of gravity.
• Elastic Force
• Okay Mom!
• Hey Honey! Make sure you use that scrunchie to tie up your hair before practice.
• Even though Earth is mad about not having the strongest gravitational pull. Earth still has a stronger pull than the moon, because it is far less massive than the earth.
• Magnetism
• Grandma! How does the cabinet door latch on to its base so quickly
• Friction is the resistance that one surface or object encounters when moving over another. There are many different types of friction. Rolling friction, sliding friction, static friction, and fluid friction. In this case Brianna is using sliding friction.
• Magnetism
• Well thatś because of the force Magnetism. If you look closely you can see the magnets on the cabinet door and on its base﻿
• When an elastic material is stretched or compressed, it exerts elastic force. This force increases the more the material is stretched or compressed.
• Magnetism is a force that can attract (pull closer) or repel (push away) objects that have a magnetic material like iron inside them (magnetic objects). It is a property of certain substances which pull closer or repel other objects.
• Magnetism is the force exerted by magnets when they attract or repel each other. Magnetism is caused by the motion of electric charges.