Labelling_Forces

Labelling_Forces - Labelling Forces Correctly What were the...

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Labelling Forces Correctly!
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What were the names of the forces you had on your vocabulary cards last week? This can be any driving force, it may be a push or pull, but it could be an engine which forces an object forward. This is a force which acts in water, it can slow objects down, reducing the affect of gravity. This is a force which acts in the air, it can slow objects down when they are moving against it. Or if harnessed could be used to move an object along.
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This force acts on objects when they are in contact with a surface, such as the ground. It can be reduced by ensuring both surfaces are smooth. This force affects every object on Earth. It is a force which pulls everything to the centre of the earth. This is an upward force which acts in water, it acts on a object against gravity, and is why certain objects float.
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What forces are acting on this car which is driving along? This is the most powerful force, this should be your largest arrow, it should be pointing in the direction the
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