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 position/location where you are speed how fast you location is changing velocity speed and direction acceleration how fast your velocity is changing distance how far you've traveled from a certain point hypothesis an educatied guess to show your bais frame of reference point of view vector magnetude and direction projectile the object that is moving component two vectors that are perpendicular newton's laws 1.something in motion..tends to stay in motion 2.force 3.equal and opposite reaction inertia objects in motion tend to stay in motion, and objects at rest tend to stay at rest, unless acted on by an outside force force mass x acceleration weight mass x gravity mass how much stuff is in an object volume how much space it takes up momentum mass x velocity (inertia in motion) impulse force x time (change in momentum) law of conservation of momentum in a collision, momentum of a system is conserved elastic collision bounce off inelastic collision don't bounce off; stick together energy the property of an object that enables it to do work kinetic energy of motion potential energy of position work force x distance power work/time simple machine lever, pully, wheel and axel, and incline plain mechanical advantage force without/force with joules unit of all forms of energy except work(Nm) watts unit of power