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Title: Motion and Forces

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Motion and Forces
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MOTION
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S8P3. Students will investigate relationship
between force, mass, and the motion of objects.
a. Determine the relationship between velocity
and acceleration.
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How are forces and motion related?
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• A force is a push or a pull that can result in
motion.
• When a force has been applied to an object and
the object moves, work is being done.

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How can motion be described?
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• By using a reference point A (usually)
stationary object that helps you detect the
motion of an object. (Ex. tree, house etc.)

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• Once the reference point is determined you can
define motion by speed, position, and direction.

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What is speed?
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• Speed refers to how fast an object travels. (Rate
at which an object moves.)
• Depends on
• Distance
• Time

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• Various forms of speed
• Instantaneous speed at a given moment
(speedometer)
• Constant speed that doesnt change (cruise
control)
• Changing speed that varies (running a mile)

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• Average speed used when objects are not moving
at a constant rate.
• Formula
• Speed distance
• time

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• Ex. If you ran the distance of a football field
(91 meters) in 30s, would you run the same speed
from start to finish?
• No, you find the average speed you ran.

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• s d/t
• s 91m
• 30s
• 3.03 m/s

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How can you graph speed?
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Make up a scenario about what's taking place for
each line on the graph
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Two cars traveled at 50 km/h on the same highway.
After 2 hours the cars are 200 km away from each
other. How is this possible?
THEY HAVE DIFFERENT VELOCITIES
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What is velocity?
Would you rather know the hurricanes speed or
velocity?
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• Velocity speed of an object in a particular
direction.
• Velocity changes when speed or direction of an
object changes.
• Unit would look like 5 m/s NW

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Can you have a constant speed but a changing
velocity?
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• Yes, the Ferris wheel can be moving at a constant
speed but its constantly changing direction!

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How is acceleration related to velocity?
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• Acceleration rate of change of speed (velocity)
• Occurs when an object changes
• Speed
• Direction
• Both

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What are the types of acceleration?
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• Positive Acceleration speeding up
• Negative Acceleration slowing down

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How do you find acceleration?
• Formula
• a vf vi
• t

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What are velocity/time graphs?
• Shows change in velocity over time (acceleration).

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Moving at a constant velocity
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Moving at a positive acceleration velocity
changing at constant rate.
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Moving at a negative acceleration velocity
changing at constant rate.
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What is centripetal acceleration?
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• Acceleration that occurs in a circular motion
object traveling in a circle is constantly
changing directions so acceleration occurs
continuously

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FORCES
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• S8P3. Students will investigate relationship
between force, mass, and the motion of objects.
• b. Demonstrate the effect of balanced and
unbalanced forces on an object in terms of
gravity, inertia, and friction.

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What is a force?
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• A force is a push or pull that one body exerts on
another.
• Ex. Friction, gravity, kicking a football.
• Unit Newton (N)

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What is a net force?
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• The sum of the forces acting on an object.

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What is a balanced force?
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• When the forces acting on the object are equal in
size and opposite in direction.
• Net force 0 (forces cancel each other out)
• No change in motion occurs!!

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What is an unbalanced force?
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• Occurs when forces acting on the object are
unequal.
• Net Force is in the direction of the larger
force. (object will move in that direction)

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What is the difference between balanced and
unbalanced forces?
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What is Inertia?
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• The tendency of an object to resist change.

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Which has a greater inertia?
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• Elephant inertia depends on mass!!

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What is Newtons 1st Law of Motion state?
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• An object in motion will stay in motion unless an
outside force acts upon it.
• An object at rest will stay at rest unless an
outside force acts upon it.

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What is another name for the 1st Law?
• The Law of Inertia

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What is the relationship between force, mass, and
acceleration?

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Force and Acceleration
• The greater the force applied to an object the
greater the acceleration will be.

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Force and Mass
• Acceleration will be less on a object that is
heavier.
• Ex. Softball v. Baseball

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What does Newtons 2nd Law state?
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• An object will accelerate in the direction of the
net force.
• F m x a, a F/m,
• m F/a

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What is the unit for force?
• Newton
• kg x m/s/s

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Types of Forces
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What is a force that opposes motion between 2
moving objects?
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• FRICTION

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What does the amount of friction depend on?
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• 1.Kind of surface
• 2. Force pressing surfaces together.

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What is static friction?
• Friction between two surfaces that are not moving
past one another.

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What is sliding friction?
• Force that opposes motion of 2 objects sliding
past one another.

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What is Rolling Friction?
• Opposing motion between two objects rolling past
each other.

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• Without friction the tires could not push against
the ground to move the car forward and brakes
couldnt stop the car.

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How can you reduce friction?
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• Lubricants are used to reduce friction.
• Ex. Motor oil, wax, grease
• Switching from sliding to rolling friction
• Ex. Ball bearings between wheel axles

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• S8P5. Students will recognize characteristics of
gravity, electricity, and magnetism as major
kinds of forces acting in nature.
• a. Recognize that every object exerts
gravitational force on every other object and
that the force exerted depends on how much mass
the objects have and how far apart they are.

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What is Gravity?
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• A downward force
• Any 2 masses exert an attractive force on each
other.
• Strength of gravitational force depend on
• 1.) Mass
• 2.) Distance

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What is the law of universal gravitation?
• All objects are attracted to each by
gravitational force.
• The larger the object The greater the force
• The closer together the object the greater the
force.

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Is weight a force?
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• Weight is considered to be a gravitational force
that decreases as you move from Earth.

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How can you find weight?
• F m x a
• W m x 9.8 m/s/s

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What is the difference between mass and weight?
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• Mass how much matter makes up an object
• (Doesnt change as you move from the Earth to the
moon.)
• Weight considered to be a gravitational force
• (Decreases as you move from the Earth to the
moon.)

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What is acceleration due to gravity?
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• Anything that falls through the air falls at an
acceleration of 9.8m/s/s.

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What is Air Resistance?
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• Effects anything that is in Earths atmosphere.
• Upward force that opposes gravity of anything
falling through the air.

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Air Resistance Depends on 3 things
• 1. SPEED
• 2. SIZE
• 3. SHAPE
• of an object.

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• If there were no air resistance a hammer and
feather would fall at the same time.

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What is a projectile?
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• Anything that is thrown or shot through the air.

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Why do projectiles follow a curved path?
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• They follow a curved path due to pull of gravity.
• Ex An arrow, Bullet, Basketball

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What is Newtons 3rd Law of Motion?
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• When one object exerts a force on a second
object, the second one exerts a force that is
equal and in size and opposite in direction.
• Action/Reaction Occurs

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What is Momentum?
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• Momentum is related to how much force is needed
to change an objects motion.
• Momentum mass x velocity
• p m x v

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What is the law of conservation of momentum?
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• Momentum can be transferred from one object to
another

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What is the relationship between mass and
velocity?
• If two trucks have same velocity, but different
masses then . . .
• the truck with the larger mass has more momentum