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Q: This would occur if the object's motion changes?
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What changes would occur at a molecular level if a liquid is placed in cool conditions?

the motion of the molecules would slow down

Does a change in motion occur only if a net force is exerted on an object?

No. Changes in motion can occur in other ways. A change in motion can occur if that object exerts a net force on another object, like another ball on a billiard table. The object could also bump into an immovable object and its motion would change.

What would describe the tendency for objects to resist change in motion?


How would heat transfer occur in the following substances or objects?

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How do you measure and graph changes in motion?

you would see if its a proportional line or if its not

What term describes the tendency for objects to resist in motion?

That would be 'Inertia". (inn-ERR-shuh)

What is an object that is in motion and changes position?

If the object changes position it means it has translational motion. Other types of motion include rotational motion and vibrational motion. This would apply to thermodynamics, when we look at gas molecules. The key point to remember is that the centre of mass of the object has changed displacement coordinates, therefore it has undergone translational motion.

In the geocentric model the earth at the center of the universe which motion would occur?

The earth would revolve around the sun.

What would happen to the Moon and Earth if the Sun did not exist?

If there were no gravitational pull from the Sun, Earth would continue its motion in a forward direction. It would not orbit around the Sun. There would be no day and night. There would be no seasonal changes. It would probably collide with other objects in space. It would also not be able to maintain the Moon’s orbit.

How would one describe motion parallax?

Motion parallax provides perceptual cues about difference in distance and motion, and is associated with depth perception. For example, if you are riding in a car, objects that are close to you seem to go by really quickly, but objects that are further away appear to move much more slowly.

Does water resistance speed up moving objects?

No, it would slow objects down. Resistance implies that the water is acting against the object's motion, slowing it down.

Air molecules speed up the movement of objects in motion?

The friction (with the air molecules) would slow it down.