The distance an object moves over time in a given direction.
This measurement is noted in meters.
Sam walks 3 miles to his friends house. After visiting, he walks 1 mile to the store to get a drink so he won't be thirsty for the final 2 miles of the walk home. What is Sam's total displacement for the day?
Which of Newton's laws explains the need for a seat belt?
Which of Newton's laws explains why you are able to sit on your chair without falling to the floor?
Which of Newton's Laws explains why an 18 wheeler goes up a hill slowly when the driver has the gas pedal to the floor, while a Prius quickly zooms up the hill with the same amount of force exerted by the engine?
Which law explains why, when you're playing a game of pool, the cue ball stops when it hits the 8 ball, which then moves at the same speed across the table as the cue ball?
In a vacuum, if you drop a feather and a bowling ball from 50 feet, which hits the ground first?
What causes a rock to hit the ground first when it's dropped from the same height as a piece of paper?
The size of the gravitational force between two objects depends on what factor(s)?
The greater the force applied to an object, the greater it's ___________ is.
What are the units of force?
What are the units of speed?
What are the units of momentum?
The more mass an object has, the more ____________ it has.
The acceleration due to gravity is _______________ meters per second squared.
What force opposes motion?
Of the following, which isn't considered a frictional force?
A ball is dropped to the ground. Once it hits the ground, it rolls across the floor. How do you explain this?
How do you explain a rocket ship just after liftoff?
Motion can be described as a change in ________________.
You are driving down a windy road and your speedometer stays constant at 35 miles per hour. What are you and your car experiencing?