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SI Units Terminal Velocity Metric System 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 Miscellaneous Measurements F.J. Vocab More SI Units Newton’s Measurements Laws 200 200 200 200 200 400 400 400 400 400 600 600 600 600 600 800 800 800 800 800 Motion The SI unit for length Answer meter 100 100 The SI unit for time 200 Answer Second 200 The SI unit for mass 300 Answer Kilogram (or gram) 300 SI Stands for this 400 Answer International system of units 400 Any representation of an object or event used to explain the natural world 100 Answer Model 100 Common graphs include, bar, circle and this type of graph 200 Answer Line or two coordinate graph 200 An approximate measurement of an object or event 300 Answer Estimate 300 When a scientist or engineer collects data, the information is generally first put into this… 400 Answer A data table 400 The _________is a base-ten system 100 Answer Metric System 100 When you are converting from a big unit (like kilometers)to a smaller unit (like millimeters), you do this… 200 Answer Multiply 200 When you are converting from a small unit (like millimeters) to a larger unit (like kilometers) you do this… 300 Answer Divide 300 These type of units use more than one measurement at a time 400 Answer Derived Units 400 2500 meters = ______ kilometers 100 Answer 2500 meters = 2.5 km 100 The resistance of an object to any change in its state of motion, including changes to its speed and direction 200 Answer Inertia (mass is a measure of inertia) 200 A push or a pull 300 Answer Force 300 The sum of all forces acting on an object 400 Answer Net Force 400 This is the amount of space something takes up 100 Answer Volume 100 The force exerted on any object with mass by the gravitational acceleration of a body such as a planet. 200 Answer Weight 200 Which tool would be most useful in determining the volume of a shoebox 300 Answer Ruler L x w x h 300 How close your measurement is to the actual value 400 Answer Accuracy 400 How close a group of measurements are to each other 200 Answer Precision 200 The amount of matter in an object 400 Answer Mass 400 Anything that has mass and takes up space 600 Answer Matter 600 The flow of charges 800 Answer Electric Current 800 SI unit for temperature 200 Answer Kelvin 200 The interval between two events 400 Answer Time 400 SI unit for electric current 600 Answer Amphere 600 There are a total of _____ SI Units? 800 Answer Seven: meter, kilogram, second, ampere, kelvin, mole, and candela. 800 F = MxA 200 Answer Newton’s Second Law 200 For every action force, there is an equal and opposite reaction force 400 Answer Newton’s Third Law 400 Also called the Law of Inertia 600 Answer What is Newton’s First Law 600 Newton’s First Law 800 Answer An object in motion will stay in motion (an object at rest will stay at rest) unless acted on by an outside force 800 A scalar quantity representing the measurement between two points 200 Answer Distance 200 The shortest distance connecting the initial and final points, that is a straight line 400 Answer Displacement 400 A measurement that contains only magnitude 600 Answer Scalar 600 A measurement that contains Magnitude and direction 800 Answer Vector (e.g.displacement,velocity) 800 Distance/Time 200 Answer Speed 200 Vf –Vi Time 400 Answer Acceleration 400 All motion is measured from this 600 Answer Reference point 600 Unit for acceleration 800 Answer m/s/s 800 What is the net force acting on this object in this free body diagram Answer 3N