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What is braking distance?

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The distance a vehicle travels under the braking force .

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Name an equation that links braking distance , stopping distance and thinking distance?

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Stopping distance= thinking distance + braking distance

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What is inertia?

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The tendency of an object to remain in its same state of uniform motion or rest.

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what is newton's first law?

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If a stationary object’s resultant force is zero, the object will remain stationary. If a moving object’s resultant force is zero, the object will continue to move at the same speed, and in the same direction

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What is a contact force?

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A force that occurs when objects are physically touching .

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What is stopping distance?

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The sum of the thinking and braking distances.

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What is thinking distance?

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The distance a vehicle travels during the driver’s reaction time.

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what is a resultant force?

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The single force that can replace all the individual forces acting on an object, and have the same effect.

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What is newton's third law?

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The forces that two objects exert on each other when they interact are equal and opposite

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What is newton's second law?

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An object’s acceleration is directly proportional to the force applied to it, and inversely proportional to its mass

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What is the difference between scalar and vector?

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A Vector has magnitude and direction .

A Scalar has just magnitude .

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What is the equation that contains Weight ,mass and gravitational field strength?

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weight = mass × gravitational field strength

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Q:

What is braking distance?

A:

The distance a vehicle travels under the braking force .

Q:

Name an equation that links braking distance , stopping distance and thinking distance?

A:

Stopping distance= thinking distance + braking distance

Q:

What is inertia?

A:

The tendency of an object to remain in its same state of uniform motion or rest.

Q:

what is newton's first law?

A:

If a stationary object’s resultant force is zero, the object will remain stationary. If a moving object’s resultant force is zero, the object will continue to move at the same speed, and in the same direction

Q:

What is a contact force?

A:

A force that occurs when objects are physically touching .

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What is stopping distance?

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The sum of the thinking and braking distances.

Q:

What is thinking distance?

A:

The distance a vehicle travels during the driver’s reaction time.

Q:

what is a resultant force?

A:

The single force that can replace all the individual forces acting on an object, and have the same effect.

Q:

What is newton's third law?

A:

The forces that two objects exert on each other when they interact are equal and opposite

Q:

What is newton's second law?

A:

An object’s acceleration is directly proportional to the force applied to it, and inversely proportional to its mass

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What is the difference between scalar and vector?

A:

A Vector has magnitude and direction .

A Scalar has just magnitude .

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What is the equation that contains Weight ,mass and gravitational field strength?

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weight = mass × gravitational field strength

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