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Chapter2 - Last Time Chapter 2 Four of the ways we learn...

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Chapter 2 Laws Governing Motion Last Time square4 Four of the ways we learn square4 Six self-evident truths square4 Four types of Forces Our goal today is to be able to: 1. Describe Newton’s three laws of motion and how they work together 2. Identify what “state of motion” and “acceleration” are and describe how they relate to each other 3. Explain the relationship between force, mass and acceleration. 4. Use Newton’s laws of motion to predict what will happen in simple interactions. QUIZ: Scientists assume that physical laws are the same on earth and on the star Alpha Centauri. This is an example of: a) Causality b) Time Symmetry c) Position Symmetry d) Sensory Data and Authority e) Insanity

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QUIZ: Did you read Chapter 2 before coming to class? a) Yes b) No QUIZ: An object is in accelerated motion if it is: a) Speeding Up b) Slowing Down c) Changing direction d) A and B e) A, B, and C Newton’s first law: square4 Every object continues in a state of rest or uniform motion unless compelled to do otherwise by unbalanced forces acting on it. 1) Uniform Motion: movement in a straight line with constant speed 2) Velocity: speed and direction 3) Acceleration: ANY change from uniform motion; ANY Some definitions:
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