This topic is part of the Forces and Motion Topic

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- Write down two forces. One begins with g and one begins with e.
- What is the difference between a scalar and a vector?
- Is Force a scalar of a vector? Explain your answer.
- Show by a diagram how three forces can be added together in a line.
- Does friction oppose or help the motion of an object?
- Write down what all the terms mean in his equation and rearrange it all ways →
- Write down the equation to calculate weight in terms of mass and gravitational field strength.
- What is your understanding of gravitational field strength?
- How do you calculate the stopping distance of a vehicle?
- What factors affect the stopping distance of a vehicle?
- Describe the forces acting on a falling object including reaching a terminal velocity.
- Sketch a force-extension graph and label the part which represents Hooke’s Law.
- What is Hooke’s Law?
- What is elastic behaviour?
- State the equation to calculate momentum. Write down the units and meaning of each term.
- Use momentum to explain how crumple zones work and seat belts.
- Write down the conservation of momentum.
- What is Newton’s Third Law?
- How can the moment of a force be calculated?
- Where does the weight of an object act?
- For balance what can you say about clockwise moments and anticlockwise moments?
- Draw a diagram to show the upward forces on a light beam supported at each end as an object travels across it.

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