Chapter 9
Gravity
I. The Universal Law of Gravity
According to Isaac Newton, every mass attracts
every other mass with a force that depends on the
two masses and the separation between the masses.
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gravity G l2
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m; = mass of object 1
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Chagter 7
Energy
Energy is the ability to do work. Energy enables
an object to do work.
I. Work
The work done on an object by a force acting on
it is equal to the force multiplied by the
displacement of the object. Thus,
Work 2 (force (displacement)
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Chapter 2
Newtons First Law of Motion
1. Aristotle on Motion 1384 322 B.C.)
- Aristotle thought that objects fall at speeds
proportional to their weights: the heavier the
object, the faster it should fall.
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Chapter 12
Solids
L Cstal Structure
0 Solids are either crystalline 0r amorphous.
l. Crystalline: orderly arrangement of atoms.
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Chapter 5
Newtons Third Law of Motion
Whenever an object exerts a force on a second
object, the second object exerts a force (equal in
magnitude and opposite in direction) on the rst
object.
Examples:
0 Tires of a car push against a road, While the
road p