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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Motion and Forces Infographic (Assesment) 1. A force is a push or a pull that makes an object move.2. A balanced force is when both forces are equal which causes the object not to move. An unbalanced force is when both force are different causing the object to move.3. Drag is a force that slows something down.4. Newton's first law states that "An object at rest stays at rest, an object in motion, stays in motion."5. A real life example of Newton's first law can be when someone kicks a soccer ball that was still, then the ball stays in motion because it was kicked.6. Newton's third law states that "Every action has an equal and opposite reaction."7. A real life example of Newton's third law can be when you drop a basketball the action is dropping the ball and the opposite reaction is when it bounces off the floor.8. I would change the amount of clay and put less and put more fins to make it farther.9. The number of fins effected the distance of the rocket because of draft so I would add more fins.10. The weight of the clay effected the distance of the rocket because if there is more weight there is more gravity pulling it down.11. The length of the straw effected the rockets distance because if it were smaller it would go farther because there would be a bigger thrust.12. The motion of an object gets effected by mass because it can change the speed and distance of an object.13. The motion of an object gets effected by the forces acting on it because of draft and other forces that can slow something down.14. A spring scale measure the weight of an object.15. The mass of an object effects the force needed to move it because the more mass, the more force it needs, and the less mass, the less force it needs.
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