Hint | Answer |

g m/s is a unit for | |

The formula for acceleration is a final ________ minus intial _________divided by time | |

kg m/s is a unit for | |

m/sec is a unit for | |

If something is moving with acceleration or decleration you know it is a(n) ________ force | |

An object can both be moving and not moving at the same time depending on the | |

If you are pushing a moving table with 6N and friction is pushing back with 10 N, the table would be unbalanced and | |

ft/sec is a unit for | |

Negative acceleration is also called | |

If something is slowing down, it is a ________ force | |

If there is 5 N pulling to the right and 5N pulling to the left, is it balanced or unbalanced? | |

If there is a(n) _____________ force you know the net force must be more than zero | |

ft/sec west is a unit for | |

If there is 5 N pulling to the right and 9N pulling to the left, is it balanced or unbalanced? | |

Seconds is a unit for | |

meters is a unit for | |

kg is a unit for | |

If something is moving at a constant speed you know it is a(n) ________ force | |

If there is a balanced force you know the net force must be | |

If a bowling ball and a basketball where going the same speed, the bowling ball would have more momentum because it has more | |

m/sec is a unit for | |

m/s east is a unit for | |

ft/sec west is a unit for | |

m/s/s or m/s^2 is a unit for | |

kg is a unit for | |

g m/s is a unit for | |

If someone has a negative acceleration it means that they are getting | |

If there is 5 N pulling to the right and 9N pulling to the left, which way will the object start to move? | |

If there is 5 N pulling to the right and 5N pulling to the left, is it balanced or unbalanced? | |

If something is moving at a constant speed you know it is a(n) ________ force | |

If something is moving with acceleration or decleration you know it is a(n) ________ force | |

If there is a(n) _____________ force you know the net force must be more than zero | |

If something is slowing down, it is a ________ force | |