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FORCES IN ACTION
Transcript of FORCES IN ACTION
Can you answer the following?
What is a force?
What are some common examples of forces?
What effet do contact and non-contact forces cause?
How do we show forces in diagrams?
How do we measure forces in an experiment?
Gravity, magnetism, electrostatic
Friction, air resistance, buoyancy, surface tension
Mass and weight
Newton's three laws of motion
A force is a push or a pull
There are contact and non-contact forces
Forces have direction and magnitude
Forces can cause an object to:
Forces are measured in Newtons (N)
There is more than one force acting on falling objects -
(N) is different from
Magnets can attract and repel
can affect the fall of a parachute
can be friend and foe
Things are lighter in water due to
which differs from
Chapter 8 reading
Participation in class discussions