P.S. 10: Force and Motion
- Make measurements to calculate the speed of a moving object.
- Apply the concepts of speed, velocity, and acceleration when describing motion.
- Explain how force, mass, and acceleration are related.
- Differentiate between mass and weight.
- Identify situations that illustrate each Law of Motion.
- Apply the concept of mechanical advantage to test and explain how a machine makes work easier.
- Make measurements to calculate the power of an object.
- Explain how the concepts of work, force, and motion apply to car safety technology, machines, and rockets.
- Solve basic problems given the following formulas:
- Work = force x distance (W=Fxd)
- Power = work / time (P = W / t)
- Speed = distance / time (s = d / t)
- Force = mass x acceleration (F = ma)
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