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 Background or point that is assumed to be statinary and is used for comparison when motion is described frame of reference Change in position in a certain amount of time motion Rate at which an object moves speed Description of speed in a given direction velocity Rate of change in velocity acceleration Mass of an object times its velocity; determines how difficult it is to stop the object's motion momentum push or pull that gives energy to an object,sometimes causing a change in the motion of the object force force that acts in the opposite direction of motion; will cause an object to slow down and finally stop friction property of matter that tends to resist any change in motion inertia unit of force; 1 kg x 1 m/sec/sec newton force of attraction that depends on the mass of two objects and the distance between them; responsible for accelerating an object toward the Earth gravity law that states that all objects in the universe attract each other by the force of gravity Law of Universal Gravitation