# Forces

```Forces
A push or pull on an object that
can result in a change in shape,
direction or velocity of the
object.
FORCE
The force that opposes motion
and is caused by rubbing.
FRICTION
The amount of speed in a
certain direction.
VELOCITY
When a deforming force is
removed an object will return
to its original shape.
ELASTICITY
The force that attracts all
objects toward the center of the
earth.
GRAVITY
The weight of an object to be
moved.
RESISTANCE
A inward center seeking force
CENTRIPETAL
The force that pulls outward
and away from the center.
CENTRIFUGAL
Stored energy as a result of doing
work on an object by raising it’s
position.
POTENTIAL ENERGY
The energy of motion.
KINETIC ENERGY
A change in velocity.
ACCELERATION
Force applied on an object
through a distance.
WORK
The product of the mass of an
object times it velocity.
MOMENTUM
The tendency of a body to resist a
change in its rest or motion. The
tendency of an object to keep on
doing what it is doing.
INERTIA
The force that is exerted or
applied on a object.
EFFORT
A twisting or turning force.
TORQUE
A state in which 2 opposing forces are
in balance and the result is equal to 0.
EQUIL
IBRIUM
Amount of matter in an object.
MASS
The ability to do Work
ENERGY
Measure of the pull of
gravity on an object.
WEIGHT
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