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Force Magnitude 1 Tension Elastic Force Gravity Normal Force Friction Drag
Force Magnitude 2 Name of Force Symbol Magnitude Tension Determined using Newton’s Second Law
Force Magnitude 3 Name of Force Symbol Magnitude Spring Force
Force Magnitude 4 Name of Force Symbol Magnitude Gravity or
Force Magnitude 5 Gravity (near the earth’s surface) m Mass of the earth6x10 24 kg Radius of the earth6.375x10 6 m
Force Magnitude 6 Name of Force Symbol Magnitude Normal Force or Determined using Newton’s Second Law
Force Magnitude 7 Name of Force Symbol Magnitude Friction or
Force Magnitude 8 Name of Force Symbol Magnitude Drag
College and Engineering Physics Types, Directions and Magnitudes of the Forces 1 Definition of Force Drawing the Force Dimensions and Units of Force Tension.
1 Motion – Newton’s Laws Gravity – A Closer Look The Universal law of Gravity.
TOC 1 Physics 212 Electric Force Dependence on Amount of Charge Dependence on Distance Magnitude of the Coulomb Force Direction of the Coulomb Force Coulomb.
Force Direction 1 Tension Elastic Force Gravity Normal Force Friction Drag.
2 Mechanical Equilibrium Different Types of Forces Gravity (also called weight) Friction Applied Force Air Resistance Tension Spring Force Normal Force.
Hooke’s law Condition of equilibrium 1) 2) 3) Hooke’s law.
Newton’s 2 nd Law Of Motion By Mr. Yum. Newton’s 2 nd Law Newton’s 2 nd Law is defined as: Newton’s 2 nd Law is defined as: F = m x a Where, F = force,
Tension Elastic Force Gravity Normal Force Friction Drag.
Charge Coulomb’s Law 1 TOC Dependence on Amount of Charge Dependence on Distance Magnitude of the Coulomb Force Direction of the Coulomb Force Coulomb.
Force and weight. Isaac Newton was the first person to explain WHY objects move the way they do. He based his laws of motion on two key concepts: mass.
Force Types 1 Definition of Force Drawing the Force Dimensions and Units of Force Tension Elastic Force Gravity Normal Force Friction Drag Pulleys.
College and Engineering Physics Free-Body Diagrams 1 TOC Steps to Solving the Problem Drawings Calculations.
Forces and Friction. The weight of an object depends on the strength of gravity wherever the object is. The mass always stays the same.
Forces and Newton’s Laws. Forces Forces are ________ (magnitude and direction) Contact forces result from ________ ________ Field forces act ___ __ __________.
Force Types of Forces Gravity, Mass and Weight Effects of Forces.
Newton’s Laws of Motion 1. If the sum of all external forces on an object is zero, then its speed and direction will not change. Inertia 2. If a nonzero.
Physics Unit Four Forces that Affect Motion. Force A push or a pull. Measured in newtons with a spring scale. 1 newton (N) = 1 kg m/s 2 An apple weighs.
Newton’s 2 nd Law: More Practice. Newton’s 3 rd Law: Student Learning Goals The student will be able to state Newton’s 3 rd Law and apply it in qualitative.
A Force Caused by Gravity. If we apply Newton’s 2 nd Law to objects accelerating due to gravity F G = mg F G – force of gravity, commonly called.
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