BVHS SKB Quiz 4: Physics Concepts Part 1

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Can you name the best term for each of the following clues?

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mass x velocity = ???
general type of quantity with magnitude and direction
Slope of a velocity-time graph
total distance divided by total time (two word term)
Collision in which the objects stick together
effectiveness of a force at causing rotation
work out / work in
Law of inertia (Someone's # law)
The path of each planet is an ellipse with the sun at one focus (Someone's # law)
State in which the net force and torque acting on an object are both zero
Area under a force-time graph
mass * acceleraton due to gravity
The quantity that is conserved when a spinning ice skater pulls her arms in
The factor by which a simple machine multiplies the input force
Angle subtended by an arc whose length is equal to the radius
the force exerted by a spring is proportional to the displacement of the spring( Someone's law)
general motion of objects moving through the air in two dimensions
total displacement divided by total time (two word term)
Area under a force-distance graph
Measure of the tendency of an object to resist changes in motion
HintPhysics TermHint
6.67 x 10^-11 Nm^2/kg^2 (3 words)
Force that opposes the sliding of two objects past one another
motion from one place to another place
mgh = (be specific 3 words)
ma
Study of the motion of objects and the related forces and energies
½ * mass * velocity^2 = ???
force exerted by a spring/displacement of the spring
Area under a velocity-time graph
Law of action reaction (Someone's # law)
amount of time for one full rotation, revolution or cycle
½ * k * displacement^2 = (3 words)
work/time = ???
the vector sum of all forces acting on an object
Type of collision in which kinetic energy is conserved
Slope of a position-time graph
All motion must be measured relative to a ___
The net force acting on an object in circular motion
The orbital periods of the planets squared are proportional to the semimajor axis cubed (Someone's # law)
An imiginary line connecting a planet to the sun would sweep out equal areas in equal times (Someone's # law)

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