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SPEED IS: Distance traveled by an object in a given amount of time.

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SPEED IS: Speed = distance / time

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SPEED IS NOT:

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SPEED IS: Distance traveled by an object in a given amount of time.

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SPEED IS:

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SPEED IS: Distance traveled by an object in a given amount of time.

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SPEED IS:

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FORCE IS: A push or a pull.

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FORCE IS:

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FORCE IS: A push or a pull.

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FORCE IS:

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FORCE IS: A push or a pull.

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FORCE IS:

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FRICTION IS: Force that resists the motion of two surfaces that are touching each other.

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FRICTION IS:

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FRICTION IS NOT:

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FRICTION IS: Force that resists the motion of two surfaces that are touching each other.

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FRICTION IS:

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FRICTION IS: Force that resists the motion of two surfaces that are touching each other.

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FRICTION IS:

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**Change in an object’s speed or direction (its velocity) over time**

ACCELERATION IS: Change in an object’s speed or direction (its velocity) over time

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ACCELERATION IS:

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ACCELERATION IS NOT:

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**Change in an object’s speed or direction (its velocity) over time**

ACCELERATION IS: Change in an object’s speed or direction (its velocity) over time

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<> ACCELERATION IS:

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**Change in an object’s speed or direction (its velocity) over time**

ACCELERATION IS: Change in an object’s speed or direction (its velocity) over time

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ACCELERATION IS:

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**Measures the distance from a starting point to an ending point.**

DISPLACEMENT: Measures the distance from a starting point to an ending point.

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**DISPLACEMENT is: DISTANCE = 12m Displacement= 3m DISTANCE = 15m**

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**Measures the distance from a starting point to an ending point.**

DISPLACEMENT: Measures the distance from a starting point to an ending point.

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DISPLACEMENT is:

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**Measures the distance from a starting point to an ending point.**

DISPLACEMENT: Measures the distance from a starting point to an ending point.

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DISPLACEMENT :

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UNBALANCED FORCES: Describes unequal forces acting on an object – results in a change in the object’s motion in the direction of the larger force.

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UNBALANCED FORCES:

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**UNBALANCED FORCES ARE NOT:**

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UNBALANCED FORCES: Describes unequal forces acting on an object – results in a change in the object’s motion in the direction of the larger force.

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UNBALANCED FORCES:

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UNBALANCED FORCES: Describes unequal forces acting on an object – results in a change in the object’s motion in the direction of the larger force.

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UNBALANCED FORCES:

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BALANCED FORCES : Describes forces that are equal but opposite in direction; when they act on an object, they cancel each other out and no change occurs in the object’s motion.

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BALANCED FORCES :

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**BALANCED FORCES ARE NOT :**

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BALANCED FORCES : Describes forces that are equal but opposite in direction; when they act on an object, they cancel each other out and no change occurs in the object’s motion.

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BALANCED FORCES : 125n 125n

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BALANCED FORCES : Describes forces that are equal but opposite in direction; when they act on an object, they cancel each other out and no change occurs in the object’s motion.

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BALANCED FORCES :

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**The Speed and direction of a moving body**

VELOCITY IS: The Speed and direction of a moving body

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VELOCITY IS: 75 Miles South

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VELOCITY IS NOT:

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**The Speed and direction of a moving body**

VELOCITY IS: The Speed and direction of a moving body

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VELOCITY IS:

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**The Speed and direction of a moving body**

VELOCITY IS: The Speed and direction of a moving body

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VELOCITY IS:

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**the total distance traveled divided by the total time elapsed.**

AVERAGE SPEED IS: the total distance traveled divided by the total time elapsed.

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AVERAGE SPEED IS:

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AVERAGE SPEED IS NOT:

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**the total distance traveled divided by the total time elapsed.**

AVERAGE SPEED IS: the total distance traveled divided by the total time elapsed.

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**AVERAGE SPEED IS: Average Speed = TD/TT AS= 3,380 km / 3 hrs**

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**the total distance traveled divided by the total time elapsed.**

AVERAGE SPEED IS: the total distance traveled divided by the total time elapsed.

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AVERAGE SPEED IS:

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**an object covering a distance at the same rate**

CONSTANT SPEED IS: an object covering a distance at the same rate

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CONSTANT SPEED IS:

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**an object covering a distance at the same rate**

CONSTANT SPEED IS: an object covering a distance at the same rate

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CONSTANT SPEED IS:

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CONSTANT SPEED IS NOT:

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**an object covering a distance at the same rate**

CONSTANT SPEED IS: an object covering a distance at the same rate

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CONSTANT SPEED IS:

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**a numerical description of how far apart objects are.**

DISTANCE IS: a numerical description of how far apart objects are.

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DISTANCE IS:

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**a numerical description of how far apart objects are.**

DISTANCE IS: a numerical description of how far apart objects are.

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DISTANCE IS:

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**a numerical description of how far apart objects are.**

DISTANCE IS: a numerical description of how far apart objects are.

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DISTANCE IS:

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INERTIA IS: An object’s tendency to resist change in motion

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INERTIA IS:

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INERTIA IS: An object’s tendency to resist change in motion

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INERTIA IS:

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INERTIA IS: An object’s tendency to resist change in motion

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MOTION IS: a change in position of an object with respect to time. Change in action is the result of an unbalanced force.

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MOTION IS:

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MOTION IS NOT:

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MOTION IS: a change in position of an object with respect to time. Change in action is the result of an unbalanced force.

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MOTION IS:

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MOTION IS: a change in position of an object with respect to time. Change in action is the result of an unbalanced force.

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MOTION IS:

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**Sum of all forces acting on an object**

NET FORCE IS: Sum of all forces acting on an object

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NET FORCE IS:

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**Sum of all forces acting on an object**

NET FORCE IS: Sum of all forces acting on an object

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NET FORCE IS:

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**Sum of all forces acting on an object**

NET FORCE IS: Sum of all forces acting on an object

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