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Newton's second law
applying a force on something over a distance
is work a vector or scalar?
the rate you do work
is power a vector or scalar?
what must change when work is done?
What does work/energy tell you about a collision?
how much damage is done
applying force on an object over time
is impulse a vector or scalar?
What does impulse change?
fundamental quality of mass
what are the four types of collisions?
what do the four types of collisions have in common?
no momentum is lost
How do the four types of collisions differ?
elastic- no KE lost
inelastic- KE lost
perfectly inelastic- max KE lost
superelastic- KE gained
understood how to use the force of gravity& that it is universal
Gavity is a warp in the fabric of space
momentum tells you how much a collision will _____