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• Speed Potpourri FrictionForce Acceleration 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5
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• Speed for 1 The distance covered in a given amount of time. Check Your Answer
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• Speed for 1 What is speed? Back to the Game Board
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• Speed for 2 What is velocity? Back to the Game Board
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• Speed for 3 The SI unit for speed or velocity. Check Your Answer
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• Speed for 3 What is m/s (meters per second)? Back to the Game Board
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• Speed for 4 The formula for average speed. Check Your Answer
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• Speed for 4 What is d/t (distance/time)? Back to the Game Board
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• Speed for 5 Check Your Answer The line on the chart represents this.
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• Speed for 5 What is speed or velocity? Back to the Game Board
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• Acceleration for 1 The rate of change of velocity. Check Your Answer
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• Acceleration for 1 What is acceleration? Back to the Game Board
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• Acceleration for 2 The SI unit for acceleration. Check Your Answer
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• Acceleration for 2 What is m/s 2 (meters/second 2 )? Back to the Game Board
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• Acceleration for 3 What is: final velocity initial velocity time Back to the Game Board
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• Acceleration for 4 The curved line represents this. Check Your Answer
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• Acceleration for 4 What is acceleration (or changing speed)? Back to the Game Board
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• Acceleration for 5 The amount of acceleration due to gravity on earth. Check Your Answer
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• Acceleration for 5 What is 9.8 m/s 2 ? Back to the Game Board
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• Force and Friction for 1 The SI unit for force. Check Your Answer
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• Force and Friction for 1 What is Newton (N)? Back to the Game Board
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• Force and Friction for 2 A force that opposes motion. Check Your Answer
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• Force and Friction for 2 What is friction? Back to the Game Board
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• Force and Friction for 3 True or False Friction makes moving heavy objects easier. Check Your Answer
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• Force and Friction for 3 What is false? Back to the Game Board
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• Force and Friction for 4 The friction that must be overcome to make something begin to move. Check Your Answer
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• Force and Friction for 4 What is static friction? Back to the Game Board
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• Force and Friction for 5 Something that changes sliding friction to fluid friction. Check Your Answer
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• Force and Friction for 5 What is a lubricant? Back to the Game Board
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• Newton for 1 The resistance to change of motion. Check Your Answer
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• Newton for 1 What is inertia? Back to the Game Board
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• Newton for 2 This states that an object in motion tends to remain in motion unless acted upon by an unbalanced force. Check Your Answer
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• Newton for 2 What is Newtons 1 st Law of Motion. Back to the Game Board
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• Newton for 3 This states that for every action there is an equal but opposite reaction. Check Your Answer
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• Newton for 3 What is Newton's 3 rd Law of Motion? Back to the Game Board
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• Newton for 4 This states that more force is needed to accelerate an object as the mass of the object increases. Check Your Answer
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• Newton for 4 What is Newtons 2 nd Law of Motion. Back to the Game Board
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• Newton for 5 This is the formula for the Law of Acceleration. Check Your Answer
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• Newton for 5 What is Force = Mass X Acceleration? Back to the Game Board
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• Potpourri for 1 As the mass of 2 objects increases the gravitational attraction between them does this. Check Your Answer
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• Potpourri for 1 What is increases? Back to the Game Board
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• Potpourri for 2 As the distance of two objects increases, the gravitational attraction between them does this. Check Your Answer
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• Potpourri for 2 What is decreases? Back to the Game Board
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• Potpourri for 3 This states that every object in the universe attracts every other object. Check Your Answer
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• Potpourri for 3 What is the Law of Universal Gravitation? Back to the Game Board
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• Potpourri for 4 This is the friction of an object rolling over a surface. Check Your Answer
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• Potpourri for 4 What is rolling friction? Back to the Game Board
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• Potpourri for 5 You pushing on a wall and it pushing back on you is an example of this law. Check Your Answer
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• Potpourri for 5 What is Newtons 3 rd Law of Motion? (for every action there is an equal but opposite reaction.) Back to the Game Board

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