the difference between motion and forces?
Are there different types of motions and forces?
What is gravity?
What is Newtons law?
Does friction have to do with motion or force?
Does Newton's law apply to everything that is moving?
How is movement and forces apply to the world itself?
Do natural disasters involve motion and forces?
Does energy have to do with motion and forces?
How many types of forces are there?
How does the earth create forces?
Is an earthquake involve…
Paper Bullets Experiment: Data Analysis
The scientific question that was investigated by the paper bullets experiment asked, “Does the width of a paper bullet affect the distance it travels when it is launched?” The hypothesis that goes along with that question is, “If a paper bullet has a larger width, then it will travel a shorter distance than a standard paper bullet with a width of 4cm.” Variables in this experiment included independent variable (width of the starting piece of paper used to…
My essay is about the job of a beginning/junior accountant. A beginning accountant does many things; the accountant prepares profit and loss statements, balance sheets and other financial reports. Some responsibilities of a beginning accountant are analyzing costs, trends, financial commitments, revenues. The accountant has a commitment to predict future revenues and expenses. The accountant also has the duty to offer suggestions about resource utilization, tax strategies, and assumptions…
This practical was an investigation involving the use of a tennis ball and a meter ruler. The tennis ball was held and dropped at a specific height above the ground. The height of the bounce was then measured. This investigation was carried out to find out whether the efficiency of the bounce varied with the height of release of the tennis ball. If the bounce were 100% efficient, then the tennis ball would have bounce off the ground and return to the starting height.
Something that is stressed is that the heavier the object is, more force will be required to move that object. However, the lighter the object, the less force will be required to move it an example could be used in this picture
In Figure A, there is a man who car appears to be at a standstill. The man in the picture is appearing to try to move the car to go .05 m/s/s. So, you would be trying to figure out, how much force is the man going to need to apply to the car to get it too move in his…
and fluid. The normal force is one component of the contact force between two objects. For example, a roller coaster and its track are normal forces. Another major component is frictional force. It is in a direction parallel to the plane of the interface between objects. Friction always opposes any relative motion between more than surface.
Static friction is the friction that exists between a stationary object and the surface on which it is resting. Static frictional forces from the non…
The scientist, Sir Isaac Newton, helped to organize the thinking about forces by formulating three laws. In his book Newton describes his three laws of motion. Newton’s Laws are all around us. To prove this, you will conduct 14 different activities showing everyday examples of these laws.
You will start at a lab station and then move from station to station until you have completed all 14 activities.
You will have 3minutes to do the activity at each lab station.
What is the design?
This design is a bridge stretching from the Sturt library across Sturt road and the A13. This bridge will allow for pedestrians to more than halve the time it takes to walk in the current circumstances. Both of the bridge locations shown in figure 1 and 2 have a travel time of less than 9 minutes assuming the students started walking from the Sturt Library.
The bridge has 2 possible resting places. These can be both seen in figure 1 and 2.
Figure 1. Bridge location…
known as the Coriolis Effect or Force, which is the effect a rotating object has on the motion of another object. The trials experienced in the lives of the characters are the Coriolis Force in their lives that induced the change in their behavior or lifestyle.
The Coriolis Effect is an inertial force that causes an object moving perpendicular to a rotating body to veer off of its intended course. The Coriolis Effect acts on objects, compounding with other forces that affect motion. This effect…