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TAKS Objective 5 Motion, Forces and Energy Motion can be described as a change in an object’s position Average velocity (speed) is the change of position.

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2 TAKS Objective 5 Motion, Forces and Energy

3 Motion can be described as a change in an object’s position Average velocity (speed) is the change of position of an object over time

4 Velocity Graphs V = distance time Velocity (v) is the slope (rise over run) of a position (d) vs. time (t) graph

5 40 The diagram represents the total travel of a teacher on a Saturday. Which part of the trip is made at the greatest average speed? F Q G R H S J T How do we work this one? Calculate v = d/t for each segment.

6 Acceleration Graphs Acceleration (a) is the slope of a velocity (v) vs. time (t) graph Plotted on a distance vs. time graph, acceleration is an exponential curve

7 Acceleration is a change in an objects velocity (speed or direction) When an object’s speed changes over time it is accelerating (or decelerating) A = v final – v initial time Units for acceleration m/s/s or m/s 2

8 Definition of a Force A Force is a push or a pull

9 Balanced Force A force that produces no change in an object’s motion because it is balanced by an equal, opposite force.

10 4 The picture shows the position of a ball every 0.25 second on a photogram. Using a ruler, determine the velocity of the ball. F 3.5 cm/s G 10.5 cm/s H 14.0 cm/s J 28.0 cm/s

11 Use the ruler on the side of the chart and the equation for velocity. The answer was H. Measure from the center of ball 1 to the center of ball 2 and multiply by 4.

12 Unbalanced Forces Are forces that results in an object’s motion being changed. +

13 Friction A force that acts in a direction opposite to the motion of two surfaces in contact with each other.

14 Friction Friction causes an object to slow down and stop. Since the amount of energy stays constant, the energy becomes heat.

15 Newton’s 1st Law of Motion Object in motion stays in motion

16 Newton’s 1st Law of Motion And Objects at rest stay at rest

17 Newton’s 1st Law of Motion Until they are acted upon by unbalanced forces.

18 Inertia or Newtons 1 st Law Tendency for an object to stay at rest or moving in a straight line at a constant speed. The mass (m measured in kg) of an object determines its inertia

19 Newton’s 2nd Law of Motion Force = Mass X Acceleration F=ma Weight (pull of gravity) is a commonly measured force, calculated by F=mg, g is the acceleration due to gravity 9.8 m/s 2

20 Newton’s 2nd Law of Motion The greater the mass of an object, the greater the force required to change its motion.

21 Newton’s 2nd Law of Motion The greater the acceleration of an object, the greater the force required to change its motion.

22 A 0.2 N B 0.8 N C 1.5 N D 6.0 N 11 The frog leaps from its resting position at the lake’s bank onto a lily pad. If the frog has a mass of 0.5 kg and the acceleration of the leap is 3 m/s 2, what is the force the frog exerts on the lake’s bank when leaping? Formula chart says F=ma, m is mass in kg, a is acceleration in m/s 2. So,.5 kg x 3 m/s 2 = 1.5 N

23 Newton’s 3rd Law of Motion For every action force there is an equal and opposite reaction force.

24 Newton’s 3 rd Law of Motion All forces come in action- reaction pairs Ex: feet push backward on floor, the floor pushes forward on feet

25 27 A ball moving at 30 m/s has a momentum of 15 kg·m/s. The mass of the ball is — A 45 kg B 15 kg C 2.0 kg D 0.5 kg Formula Page says that Momentum = Mass x Velocity So 15 kg. m/s = M x 30 m/s solving for M it is:

26 Work Work: using a force for a distance W = F x d The work done by forces on an object = changes in energy for that object. Work and Energy are measured in Joules 1 Joule=1 Newton meter

27 42 How much work is performed when a 50 kg crate is pushed 15 m with a force of 20 N? F 300 J G 750 J H 1,000 J J 15,000 J Use the formula Work = Force x distance Force of 20 N x 15 meters = 300 Joules Answer:

28 Why use a machine? In an ideal (perfect) machine the work put into the machine (W in ) = the work put out by that machine (W out )

29 Machines make work easier The ideal mechanical advantage of a machine (IMA) of a machine is the number of times the output force is larger than the input force IMA=F out /F in A machine can only make this happen by moving the input force through a farther distance than the output force F in d in =F out d out

30 48 The diagram shows an electric motor lifting a 6 N block a distance of 3 m. The total amount of electrical energy used by the motor is 30 J. How much energy does the motor convert to heat? F 9 J G 12 J H 18 J J 21 J

31 Work Output = Resistance Force x Resistance Distance Work out = 18J = 6N x 3m Work Input = 30J done by the motor The difference is lost as heat due to friction, which is 30J – 18J = 12J Answer G

32 Real Machines use Energy No real machine is 100 % efficient. i.e. none put out more work than is put in Efficiency of a machine is work output/work input X 100 % Eff = W out X 100% W in

33 Machines use power Power: the rate at which energy is used (work is done) P=Work/time Power is measured in H.P. or watts 1 watt = 1 Joule 1 sec

34 A accelerated rapidly B remained motionless C decreased its velocity D gained momentum 45 If a force of 100 newtons was exerted on an object and no work was done, the object must have — Work = Force x Distance Work = 0 Force = 100 N so 0 J = 100 N x d distance must be 0 It did not move!

35 6 Types of simple machines Some Simple Machines: Inclined planes Screws Pulleys Wheel and axle Levers Wedge

36 Universal Law of Gravitation All objects in the universe attract each other by the force of gravity

37 Universal Law of Gravitation Gravity varies depending on two factors: 1) the mass of the object doing the pulling, and 2) the distance from the center of that object

38 On Earth gravity = 9.8 m/s/s For every second that an object falls its speed increases by 9.8 m/s

39 Weight= Mass (m) X gravity (g) Weight Unit of mass = kg Unit of acceleration = m/s/s Unit of weight = Newton 1 Newton= about ¼ pound

40 USE THE FORMULA PAGE Some of the problems require you to grid in an answer. Make sure you pay attention to the decimal point in the square in the middle.. 000000 111111 222222 333333 444444 555555 666666 777777 888888 999999

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