To change an object from a state of rest to a state of motion
To maintain an object in motion at a constant velocity
To change an objects speed w/out changing its direction of motion
To maintain an object in uniform circular motion
To accelerate an object
14 m/s up
14 m/s down
44 m/s up
44 m/s down
10 N exerted by the Earth on the book
10 N exerted by the book on the Earth
10 N exerted by the book on the hand
9/8 m/s^2 in the downward direction arising from the force of the eart
Protons & electrons
Protons & neutrons
A measure of the average kinetic energy of the molecules of a substance
A fluid that flows between a hot and cold object
A physical quantity measured in calories
Energy transfer as a result of a temperature difference
A sound wave
A water wave
An electromagnetic wave
A plucked standing wave on a string
Decreases by a factor of 4
Is half as big
Increases by a factor of 4
The upper string breaks because of the inertial force of the ball.
The lower string breaks because of the inertia of the ball.
The upper string breaks because the weight of the ball combines with the pulling force.
The lower string breaks because the upper string pulls up on the ball.
Moving at constant speed
The diver is pulling on Earth with a force of 911 N.
The sun is pulling on Earth with a force of 5.97 ×1024 N.
Earth is pulling on the water with a force of 5.97 ×1025 N.
Earth is pulling on the air with a force of 2.28 ×104 N.
No net force
Only the acceleration of gravity
Motion due only to its inertia