#### Transcript Forces

```What will we learn
this year?
MOTION
 Speed
 Distance divided by Time
 (meters per second)
 Velocity
 Speed in a given direction
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(meters per second, south)
 Acceleration
 Change in velocity

(meters per second per second)
Graphing these concepts
For example…
FORCES
(A Push or a Pull)
 Types of Forces:
 Gravity
 Friction
 Normal
 Elastic
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Compression
Tension
Newton’s Laws of Motion
First Law:
Inertia
Second Law:
F=MA
Force = Mass times Acceleration
Third Law:
Action/Reaction
Density/Buoyancy
 Density: The amount of matter in a given volume of
a substance.
 Density = mass divided by volume
 Buoyancy:
An upward force exerted on an object
by the surrounding fluid.
Properties of Matter
 Ways to describe matter; color, texture, shape, size,
temperature, etc.
 States of Matter:
 Solids, Liquids, and Gases
 Changes in Matter:
 Physical Changes
 Chemical Changes
Atomic Structure
 Atoms
 Nucleus
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Protons
Neutrons
 Electrons
 Periodic Table
Show Pop-Up Book
Acids & Bases
 Characteristics of Acids:
-Taste Sour
-Corrode metals
-pH less than 7
 Characteristics of Bases:
-Taste Bitter
-Feel Slippery
-pH greater than 7
Astronomy
 All of the Laws of Physics also apply in Space so, what
you’ve learned about the laws of Motion, Forces
(gravity), Density, Buoyancy, Properties of Matter,
Atomic Structure, and Acids & Bases help to fully
understand the structure of the Universe.
How we will learn
 Discussions
 Taking notes
 Drawings
 Flashcards
 Lab activities
 Atom pop up book
Assessments
Quizzes
Tests
Materials needed for class
 3 ring binder (1 ½ inch)
 Loose leaf paper
 Colored pencils
 Pencil sharpener with cover for pencil shavings
 Metric ruler
 Sheet protectors
 Calculator
 Highlighter
 White-out
 Blue or black ink pen
Total points
 Tests (40-50) and Quizzes (20-30)
 JQ’s (10 per set)
 Atom project (50)
 Daily assignments/homework (4-10)
Steps to success
 Be prepared each day with all
 Pay attention! Stay focused!!
the lesson if you are confused
Steps continued

Be aware of any confusion
confusion.

Be thoughtful and thorough
when doing assignments and
finish them on time.
..
 Go over the information each day for 5 to 10
minutes to keep it familiar
 Notes, textbook pages, workbook pages, JQs,
and worksheets
 Create your own favorite study materials like
flashcards, drawings, outlines
 Attend study halls if still not confident about
material.
 Never wait until the last minute to review for a
test.
ARE THERE ANY QUESTIONS?
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