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Cards (57)

Section 1

(50 cards)

metric unit for force

Front

N

Back

mechanical energy

Front

energy that moves objects

Back

symbol for momentum

Front

p

Back

elastic potential energy

Front

the potential energy associated with objects that can be stretched or compressed

Back

combustion

Front

reaction with oxygen

Back

metric unit for work

Front

J

Back

english unit for force

Front

lb

Back

temperature

Front

a measure of how hot or cold an object is compared to a reference point. Reflects the average kinetic energy of particles in an object.

Back

electromagnetic energy

Front

A form of energy that travels through space as waves

Back

chemical energy

Front

potential energy stored in chemical bonds of molecules.

Back

matter

Front

anything that has mass and takes up space

Back

K.E.= 1/2 mv↑2

Front

Mathematical formula showing relationship between kinetic energy, mass and velocity of objects

Back

thermal energy

Front

the total amount of energy from the movement of the particles in a substance.

Back

metric unit for acceleration

Front

m/s²

Back

law of conservation of energy

Front

Energy cannot be created or destroyed.

Back

nuclear energy

Front

the energy released when the nucleus of an atom is broken apart or fused together

Back

symbol for speed/velocity

Front

v

Back

english unit for momentum

Front

slugs×ft/s

Back

electrical energy

Front

The energy of electric charges

Back

Energy Efficiency

Front

A measurement of usable energy after an energy conversion

Back

MA

Front

ID/OD

Back

energy transformation or conversion

Front

A change from one form of energy to another

Back

symbol for acceleration

Front

a

Back

metric unit for distance

Front

m

Back

fossil fuel

Front

fuel created from remains of plants and animals over millions of years

Back

gravitational potential energy

Front

potential energy that depends upon an object's height

Back

imperial unit for acceleration

Front

ft/s²

Back

imperial unit for time

Front

s

Back

english unit for work

Front

lb×ft

Back

metric unit for time

Front

s

Back

english unit for weight

Front

lb

Back

heat

Front

The transfer of thermal energy from one object to another because of a temperature difference. Flows from hot to cold spontaneously.

Back

english unit for mass

Front

slug

Back

symbol for time

Front

t

Back

metric unit for momentum

Front

kg×m/s

Back

energy

Front

the ability to cause change or to do work

Back

symbol for force

Front

F

Back

metric unit for speed/velocity

Front

m/s

Back

GPE=

Front

mgh

Back

potential energy

Front

stored energy that results from the position or shape of an object

Back

symbol for mass

Front

m

Back

symbol for work

Front

W

Back

imperial unit for speed/velocity

Front

ft/s

Back

imperial unit for distance

Front

ft

Back

metric unit for weight

Front

N

Back

kinetic energy

Front

the energy an object has due to its motion

Back

metric unit for mass

Front

kg

Back

symbol for weight

Front

wt

Back

F=

Front

ma

Back

symbol for distance

Front

d

Back

Section 2

(7 cards)

Newton's Second Law

Front

F=ma F(Vector)=ma(vector) 1 N= 1kg * m/s²

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velocity

Front

distance/time with a direction

Back

speed

Front

distance/time

Back

Force

Front

force = mass X acceleration

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acceleration

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A change in velocity over some time interval

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Newton's First Law

Front

every object continues in its state of rest or motion, unless a force is acted on it

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Newton's Third Law

Front

for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction

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