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15 20 510 Motion Measure ment Plate Tectonic s Friction and Gravity 5 5 5 10 15 20 25 Team One Team Two Team Three Team Four Team Five Team Six
Topic 1 What is motion? Show Answer
Topic 1 When an object changes position relative to another object. Back to Board
Topic 1 What is being stationary Show Answer
Topic 1 When an object is not moving. Back to Board
Topic 1 Show Answer
Topic 1 Answer for 15 Points Delete this Text And Place Your Answer Here Back to Board
Topic 1 What is acceleration? Show Answer
Topic 1 When the speed of an object in motion increases. Back to Board
Topic 1 What is average speed? Show Answer
Topic 1 Total distance divided by total time. Back to Board
Topic 2 Question for 5 Points Delete this Text And Place Your Question Here Show Answer
Topic 2 Answer for 5 Points Delete this Text And Place Your Answer Here Back to Board
Topic 2 What system of measurement do scientists use? Show Answer
Topic 2 The International System of Measurement (SI) Back to Board
Topic 2 What is the base unit of length for the International System of Measurement? Show Answer
Topic 2 The Meter Back to Board
Topic 2 What temperature scale does the International System of Measurement use? Show Answer
Topic 2 Kelvin Back to Board
Topic 2 In what language is the acronym for the International System of Measurement? Show Answer
Topic 2 French Back to Board
Topic 3 What is the name of the theoretical “supercontinent” that existed millions of years ago? Show Answer
Topic 3 Pangea Back to Board
Topic 3 Where is tectonic action located? Show Answer
Topic 3 Plate Boundaries Back to Board
Topic 3 What is a convergent boundary? Show Answer
Topic 3 When two plates move together. Back to Board
Topic 3 What is a transform boundary? Show Answer
Topic 3 When two plates slide past each other. Back to Board
Topic 3 Who first proposed the theory of Pangea? Show Answer
Topic 3 Alfred Wergener Back to Board
Topic 4 Who discovered gravity? Show Answer
Topic 4 Sir Isaac Newton Back to Board
Topic 4 What is gravity? Show Answer
Topic 4 When two objects attract to each other with force proportional to their respective masses. Back to Board
Topic 4 What is friction? Show Answer
Topic 4 Resistance on an object in motion. Back to Board
Topic 4 What causes the most friction on vehicles? Show Answer
Topic 4 Air Back to Board
Topic 4 How is Sir Isaac Newton rumored to have discovered gravity? Show Answer
Topic 4 An apple fell on his head. Back to Board
In what year was the theory of Pangea discovered? Show Answer 302928272625242322212019181716151413121110987654321
Big Points 1912 Back to Board
Bellringer What is plate tectonics?. Agenda 1.Anticipatory Set 2.Input – notes on plate boundaries 3.Guided Practice – Team Work with white boards 4.Independent.
Sir Isaac Newton ( ) an English scientist and mathematician famous for his discovery of the law of gravity also discovered the three laws of motion.
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Gravity. Gravity is a pulling force It pulls things down towards the earth.
Forces. What is a Force? A force is a push or a pull. To tell about a force, you must tell how strong the force is. The SI unit for the strength of a.
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Ch. 8.2 Acceleration and Force Motion and Forces.
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Gravity By. Spencer Liston & Nick Ackerman. What is gravity? Gravity is a force pulling together matter (which is anything you can physically touch.)
Forces and Motion Forces I. What is a force? A. The study of force is a very important part of physics. B. A push or pull that acts on an object.
12.1 Forces The wind pushes against the man and his umbrella. The push from the wind is a force.
FORCES. Forces A push or a pull that acts on an object. A force can cause a resting object to move, or it can accelerate a moving object by changing the.
Jeopardy First Law Second Law Third LawDefinitionsForces Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
The push or pull on an object. Force or attraction between two objects.
Forces & Motion Chapter 12. TUG-O-WAR TIME!!! What is a force A push of pull that acts on an object Forces can cause a resting object to move, or.
1 st Law of Motion Vocabulary Terms. Sir Isaac Newton ➔ Mathematician ➔ Physicist ➔ Observed the apple falling from the tree = created the theory of gravity.
Chapter 1, section 4 Cohick. Effects of Gravity on Matter Why is leaping in space easier than leaping on Earth? Yes--Gravity!!
Humberto Luna. THE THREE LAWS OF MOTION. Sir Isaac Newton was one of the greatest scientist and mathematicians that ever lived. He was born in England.
GRAVITATION THE UNIVERSAL LAW OF GRAVITATION. INTRODUCTION An object changes its speed or direction of motion only when a force is applied on it.
Gravity F Why would air make a difference? If you drop a ball and a feather from the same height at the same time, the ball would hit the ground.
12.1 forces. What is a force? A force is a push or pull acting on an object that can cause it to move or accelerate (change speed or direction); wind.
NEXT Topic One Topic Two Topic Three Topic Four Team One Team Two Team Three Team Four Team Five Team Six.
Sir Isaac Newton 1642 – 1727 Laws of Motion Potential Energy stored energy Kinetic Energy Energy in motion.
Plate Tectonics The Earth’s Crust in Motion…. The Theory In 1910 Alfred begins to wonder… What’s the relationship? Perhaps all these pieces used to be.
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