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 Kilo 1000 Hecto 100 Deci .10 Centi .01 Milli .001 SI Temp Kelvin X axis on graph independent variable Y axis on graph dependent variable Motion When objects changes position Observation gathering ingo through senses Applied Science using science in the real world. Procedures of Experiment State problem, gather info, hypothesis, test, analyze, draw conclusion Instantaneous speed glance or picture of speed at a given time acceleration rate of change velocity Newton's 1st law object will not move without a force acting or reacting on it. Newtons 2nd Law How mass, force and acceleration are connected. Newtons 3rd Law For every action force there is an equal and opposite reaction force. Friction force opposing motion projectile anything thrown or shot through the air (curved) Centripetal Acceleration Acceleration toward center of a curved or circular path Law of conservation Energy cannot be created or destroyed. Work transfer of energy that occurs when a force makes an object move. Power amount of work done in a certain time simple machines levers, pulleys, wheel and axle, inclined plane, screw, wedge Compound machines two or more simple machines working together Unit for power WATT Conduction Transfer of thermal energy through matter Convection transfer of energy by movement of particles Radiation transfer of energy by electromagnetic waves Insulators material that doesn't allow heat to flow through it easily. Solar collectors absorb radiant heat