Physics.docx - Components Scalar projections of the component vectors with positive or negative signs indicating their directions Constant Acceleration

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ComponentsScalar projections of the component vectors, with positive or negative signs, indicating their directionsConstant Accelerationacceleration that does not change over timeInstantaneous Accelerationacceleration at a particular instant of timeUpgrade to remove adsOnly $1/monthAcceleration due to gravitythe acceleration of an object in free fall that results from the influence of Earth's gravityForcea push or a pull exerted on an objectContact Forcewhen one object pushes or pulls another object by touching itLong range forceA force that acts on an object without touching itForce of gravityAn attractive, long-range force that exists between all massesNet forceThe vector sum of all of the forces on an objectNewtons 2nd lawAcceleration of an object equals the net force on that object divided by its massNewtons 1st lawIf a system has no net force on it, then its velocity will not changeInertia

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