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```SI Units
Terminal
Velocity
Metric
System
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Miscellaneous Measurements
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SI Units
Newton’s
Measurements
Laws
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Motion
The SI unit for length
meter
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The SI unit for time
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Second
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The SI unit for mass
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Kilogram (or gram)
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SI Stands for this
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International system of units
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Any representation of an object
or event used to explain
the natural world
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Model
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Common graphs include, bar,
circle and this type of graph
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Line or two coordinate graph
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An approximate measurement
of an object or event
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Estimate
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When a scientist or
engineer collects data,
the information is generally
first put into this…
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A data table
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The _________is a base-ten system
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Metric System
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When you are converting from a big unit
(like kilometers)to a smaller unit (like
millimeters), you do this…
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Multiply
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When you are converting from a small unit
(like millimeters) to a larger unit (like
kilometers) you do this…
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Divide
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These type of units use more than
one measurement at a time
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Derived Units
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2500 meters = ______ kilometers
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2500 meters = 2.5 km
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The resistance of an object to any
change in its state of motion, including
changes to its speed and direction
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Inertia
(mass is a measure of inertia)
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A push or a pull
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Force
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The sum of all forces
acting on an object
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Net Force
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This is the amount of
space something takes up
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Volume
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The force exerted on any object with mass
by the gravitational acceleration of a body
such as a planet.
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Weight
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Which tool would be most useful in determining
the volume of a shoebox
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Ruler
L x w x h
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is to the actual value
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Accuracy
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How close a group of measurements
are to each other
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Precision
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The amount of matter in an object
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Mass
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Anything that has mass
and takes up space
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Matter
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The flow of charges
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Electric Current
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SI unit for temperature
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Kelvin
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The interval between two events
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Time
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SI unit for electric current
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Amphere
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There are a total of _____
SI Units?
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Seven: meter, kilogram, second,
ampere, kelvin, mole, and candela.
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F = MxA
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Newton’s Second Law
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For every action force,
there is an equal and
opposite reaction force
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Newton’s Third Law
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Also called the Law of Inertia
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What is Newton’s First Law
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Newton’s First Law
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An object in motion will stay in
motion (an object at rest will
stay at rest) unless
acted on by an outside force
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A scalar quantity representing
the measurement between two points
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Distance
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The shortest distance connecting the initial
and final points, that is a straight line
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Displacement
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A measurement that contains
only magnitude
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Scalar
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A measurement that contains
Magnitude and direction
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Vector
(e.g.displacement,velocity)
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Distance/Time
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Speed
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Vf –Vi
Time
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Acceleration
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All motion is measured from this
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