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1 Chapter 13 Forces of Motion

2 Velocity n. The speed and direction of an objects motion.
The velocity of the train was 30 meters per second north. The velocity of the was 50 meters per second south.

3 Lesson 1 How can you describe motion?
is all around you. Different kinds of motion happen at different rates. There are many different types of motion – , variable, periodic, , and circular. Motion vibrational constant

4 Speed and Velocity Speed is how far an object moves during a certain amount of Distance/time Ex 100m/20s = 5m/s Motion is always measured in relationship to some location called a of reference. Speed and velocity are not the Velocity describes the and the direction of an object’s motion. Ex. North, south, up, or down. time point same speed

5 Review 1) What two things do you need to know to find an object’s velocity? 2) Robert moved 28 m in 4 sec. Tallana moved 600 m in 2 min. List these people and their speeds in order from fastest to slowest. 3) Motion is always measured in relationship to some location called a of reference. 4) What is the formula for speed?

6 Force . A push or pull that acts on an object.
The force of the wind was very strong. Write you own sentence using this starter. The force of Is gravity a force?

7 Work . Done when a force an object.
moves Done when a force an object. Work is done only when the object moves at least partly in the same direction in which the force is applied. Work = force x distance Is work done if I am pushing on the wall? Is work being done if I am pushing a chair across the room? If I am holding on to a ball is work being done?

8 Power . Rate at which work is done.
Since running up the hill is faster than walking, the amount of power needed to run is greater. Power = work/time If I do work faster is there more power involved?

9 Lesson 2 What are Forces? A force is a push or that acts on an object.
pull A force is a push or that acts on an object. Forces can make a moving object speed up, slow down, or change Forces have both magnitude and direction. Magnitude measured in Newtons (N) Gravity Every object in the universe exerts a gravitational pull on every other object. Only large objects such as are strong enough to be felt. directions Earth’s

10 An object’s weight is the amount of gravitational force between it and Earth. This force depends on Earth’s size, mass, and how far above Earth the object is. Your would be less if you are flying or on another planet, because of less weight gravity

11 Magnetism and Electricity
pushes Magnetism – force that and pulls. A magnets force is greatest at a magnet’s Every magnet has a south and north pole. North and south poles If you have a north and north pole they will repel. Objects get electrically charged when they gain or lose electrons. Electrons often move from one object to another when the objects are rubbed together. poles attract

12 Magnetism and electricity can be by certain objects. can’t be blocked.
Gravity, magnetic, and electric forces as objects get closer together. Magnetism and electricity can be by certain objects. can’t be blocked. Electricity and magnetism can push or pull. Gravity only can increase blocked Gravity pull

13 Friction Friction is the that results when two materials rub against each other. Friction slows down objects or keeps them from to move. Speed, shape, or affect the amount of friction with other objects. Share an example of friction. Air and water resist motion when a moving objects tries to go through them. force starting texture

14 Work and Power Work is done when a force an object.
Work is measured in Joules If the force applied to an object does not move the object, then work has been done. Holding an object requires a force, but since the object does not move, no work is done. is the rate at which work is done. When work is done faster power is .moves no Power increased

15 Review Define force. As objects get closer together gravity, electricity, and magnetism do what? How does friction affect the movement of an object? When is work done? What is power?

16 Inertia The tendency of an object to resist any change in motion. Unless a force acts on an object, the object will remain in constant motion. Objects with more mass have more inertia than objects with less mass. Ex. When a car turns directions your body tends to keep moving in the direction it was moving. Inertia - roller coaster. The seat belt prevents the test dummy’s inertia from carrying the dummy through the windshield. Think of some other examples.

17 Lesson 3 What are Newton’s laws of motion?
Newton’s laws of explain why objects like a ball move the way they do. Different forces can act on an object at the time. They may act in different All the forces acting on an object equal the net force. The net force will determine whether the object starts moving, , or changes direction. Isaac Newton – Newton’s laws, law of gravitation, and used math in studying nature. directions stops

18 Newton’s 1st Law remain resist inertia
Says that unless a net force acts on an object the object will in constant motion. An object at rest stays at rest until a net force acts on it. The tendency of an object to any change in motion is inertia. Objects with a lot of mass have more than those that don’t have much mass. Example When you turn directions in a car or riding a roller coaster. remain resist inertia

19 Newton’s 2nd Law Describes how acceleration, mass, and net force are related. Acceleration is the rate at which the of an object changes over time. Acceleration = force/mass The stronger the force acting on an object, the more that object will velocity accelerate

20 Newton’s 3rd Law When one object exerts a force on a second object, the second object exerts a force on the first object. Action law of motion. Forces are always equal and and always occur in pairs. This happens all around us. It is to have one force without an equal and opposite force! Ex bumper cars reaction opposite impossible

21 Review What is Newton’s first law of motion?
Describe Newton’s 2nd law of motion. Explain Newton’s 3rd law of motion. Which of Newton’s laws of motion is demonstrated by a hammer pounding a nail into a board? What are all the forces acting on an object called?

22 Machine . A device that changes the direction or the amount of force needed to do work. Ex. Wheel and axle, pulley, or lever. They used a machine to help make their work easier. Think of an example of when you would want to use a machine to do work.

23 Lesson 4 What are simple machines?
Remember work is done when a force causes an object to A machine changes the direction or amount of force needed to do work. Simple machines are machines with parts. Ex. Wheel and axle, pulley, inclined plane, and lever. Machines don’t reduce the amount of work that needs to be done they just make it move few easier

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25 Pulley Consists of a rope or cable that runs through a grooved wheel.
and drapery rods use pulleys. A block and tackle is a system of pulleys that make it easier to lift very heavy objects. Flagpoles

26 Wheel and Axle Made up of a circular object such as a doorknob, and a shaft. They the amount of force needed to do work. Steering wheel of a car and pulling a bucket out of a well with a crank are some examples. reduce

27 Lever Where a bar rotates around a fixed point called a . .
Levers do work using the bar, fulcrum, a load, and a you apply. As the position of the fulcrum changes the amount of force needed to move the box will change. The farther the fulcrum is from the person using the lever, the the lever is to use. Ex. Wheel barrow, pliers, clothespins. fulcrum force easier

28 Inclined planes A is an example of an inclined plane.
It consists of a flat surface with one end higher than the other. Can be big or small. Other inclined planes include screws (inclined plane is wrapped around it) and doorstops. ramp

29 Complex Machines A machine that uses or more simple machines.
Many complex machines use , gravity, burning fuel, human force, or magnetism. Example Go carts, sailing ships. What would be some other examples of complex machines? two electricity

30 Review What are two examples of a wheel and axle that can make work easier? What are all of the parts of a lever? What is a complex machine? What simple machine are you using when you raise or lower a flag on a flagpole?

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