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 equal distances traveled in equal amounts of time, graph is a straight line constant speed total distance total time average speed a measure of speed and direction velocity the rate at which velocity changes over time(a change of speed, direction, or both acceleration A= Change in V t caused by motion in a circle, directed toward center of circle centripital acceleration a push of pull that starts, stops,or changes the motion of an object force a combination of all the forces on an object net force the tendency of an object to resist a change in motion or position inertia law of inertia newtons first law force=mass times acceleration newtons second law action reaction law newtons third law mass x acceleration= momentum all objects of the universe attract each other mass is the measurement of matter equal distances traveled in equal amounts of time, graph is a straight line constant speed total distance total time average speed a measure of speed and direction velocity the rate at which velocity changes over time(a change of speed, direction, or both acceleration A= Change in V t caused by motion in a circle, directed toward center of circle centripital acceleration a push of pull that starts, stops,or changes the motion of an object force a combination of all the forces on an object net force the tendency of an object to resist a change in motion or position inertia law of inertia newtons first law force=mass times acceleration newtons second law action reaction law newtons third law mass x acceleration= momentum all objects of the universe attract each other mass is the measurement of matter