Force

April Pedraza

Push/ Pull / Grip

  1. Force: Adding force to someone or something to push them away or move them
  2. Pull: Taking hold of something and drawing it towards oneself
  3. Grip: Taking hold of something tightly
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Pull

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Grip

Gravity

Gravity: A force that attracts an object down to earth.
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Friction

Friction: The action of one surface or object rubbing against another.
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Electrical

Electrical: "Operating by or producing electricity".
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Air Resistance

Air Resistance: The force acts in the opposite direction to an object moving through the air.
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Buoyancy

Buoyancy: "The ability or tendency to float in war or air or some other fluid."
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Air/ Water Pressure

Air Pressure: " The pressure within a container due to the compression of atmospheric gases.

Water Pressure: Pressure exerted by water.

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Elastic

Elastic: Being able to stretch something with it returning to it's original state.
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Tension

Tension: State of stretching something tight
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Normal Forces

Normal Forces: Force applied to an object that is in contact with another stable object.
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Contact Forces

Contact Forces: Force that acts at the point of contact between two objects.
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NonContact Forces

Non-Contact Forces: Force that can cause or change motion of an object without actually touching it.
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