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Motion

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Transcript of Motion

The Wonders of Motion
Motion
An act or a process of changing place or position
Gravity
The gravitational attraction to the earths surface. Gravity relates to motion because it helps keep things in it's place on the ground.
The force that causes a moving object to slow down when it is touching another object. Friction relates to motion because it helps moving objects slow down.
Distance
The amount of space between two places or things. This relates to motion because when something is moving, you can see the distance of how far it moved.
The way something is arranged or placed. This action relates to motion because when an object stops moving, you can see it's position.
Friction
Position
The act or process of accelerating. Acceleration relates to motion because if something round is moving, you can see if is accelerating or decelerating.
Acceleration
Deceleration
To move or cause to move at decreasing speed. This relates to motion because when something round is moving, you can see if its decelerating or accelerating.
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Velocity
The rate of change of position along a straight line with respect of time. This relates to motion because velocity is a change in acceleration.
Thrust
To push or drive with force. Thrust relates to motion because thrust is a push and pushing something causes' motion.
Matter
The material substance that occupies space,has mass, and makes up the observable universe. this relates to motion because when something changes in matter, it can move slow or fast which causes motion.
Lift
To move to a higher position, rate, or amount. Lift relates to motion because when something is moved to a higher position, that causes motion.
Drag
Something that slows down motion. Drag relates to motion because a dragging objects are still in motion but is just moving slowly.
Speed
Quickness in movement or action. Speed relates to motion because when an object is moving, it could be going in a speeding motion.
Rate
To determine the rank, class, or position of. Rate is related to motion because you could always check the rate of the object.
Mass
The quantity of matter in a body. This is related to motion because without mass, you can't tell the quantity of matter in a body.
Time
The period during which an action, process, or condition exists or continues. Time relates to motion because over time, things move in a different pace or speed.
Force
A push or a pull. Force relates to motion because when something is moving it could be getting pushed or pulled.
Momentum
The characteristics of a moving body that is caused by its mass and it's motion. Momentum is related to motion because a moving body is in motion.
Newtons Laws
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