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    science ABN 54 406 994 557 (02) 6583 4333 PO Box 2575 PORT MACQUARIE NSW 2444 FAX (02) 6583 9467 www.keepitsimplescience.com.au mail@keepitsimplescience.com.au keep it simple science Photocopy Master Sheets Years 7-8 FORCES Disk filename = “02.Forces” Copying is permitted according to the Site Licence Conditions only 1 Site Licence Conditions Our product is supplied on CD • You may copy the CD for back-up only. • You may store the CD contents in data retrieval systems

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    Force and Motion

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    FORCE AND MOTION Ronald Steven DuBois 5th Grade St. Michael's Catholic School 2009 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Abstract 2. Introduction 3. Background Information 4. Procedure 6. Data and Observations 7. Results 8. Conclusion 9. Bibliography ABSTRACT I thought it would be fun to fling things like raw eggs and rocks with a catapult. Guess what, it was! By flinging these items I tried to find out if heavier things would travel farther than lighter

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    Gymnast Force

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    N down. The force she is putting down on the bar measures to 20 N. The bar is supporting the weight of the gymnast. Its force is 35 N in the upward direction. Friction is another factor, with the force of 5 N up. A gymnast needs friction in order to be able to swing and avoid slipping. Both directions of force even out to 40 N on each side. When you set up an equation and subtract the two directions, the amount of force equals out to 0 N. This ending sum of zero means that the forces are balanced

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    Force and Motion

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    251 Force Activity 1-1: Introduction to Force Procedure: 1. Place one end of a rubber band around the vertical rod on your table. 2. Stretch the rubber band to a length of 10cm beyond its unstretched length, L0. [pic] 3. Place two rubber bands around the rod and stretch them together a length of 10cm Question 1-1: How does the combined force of two rubber bands compare to the force of just one rubber band? 1. Repeat with 3, 4 5 rubber bands. Activity 1-2: Measuring Force with

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    Unbalanced Force

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    valid because if a force is a push or a pull, when an unbalanced force is applied to an object, the object will move in the direction of the stronger force, and if a force is a push or a pull, when a balanced force is applied to an object, the object will not move. Evidence that supports my first claim are that in task 3, when I put a larger sized person on the left, and a smaller sized person on the right at the same distance from the cart, the person on the left had more force, which resulted in

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    MMAN1300 Shear Force and Bending Moment Lab Report Wan Aqmarur Razin Wan Azlan, z5138712 PSS Group: Friday / 0900 / 201 Table of contents: Contents 1. Shear Force Analysis 2 1.1. Discussion 3 1.2. Experiment 2: Shear force variation away from the point of loading 3 1.3. Discussion 5 2. Bending Moment Analysis 5 2.1. Experiment 1: Bending moment variation with an increasing point load. 5 2.2. Discussion 7 2.3. Experiment 2: Bending moment variation away from the point of loading 7 2.4. Discussion

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    use of force by law enforcement officers is described by the Internal Association of Chiefs of Police as the “amount of effort required by police to compel compliance by an unwilling subject” (National Institute of Justice, 2016). The amount of force used by the law enforcement officer is situational based dependent the officer’s perception and the subject’s actions (National Institute of Justice, 2016). When a law enforcement officer uses force, they should only use the amount of force necessary

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    Force: The Use Of Force

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    the one in control of the situation. A lot of the times an officer is alone, and needs to be proficient with his or her ability to defend themselves and the general public. Not every situation calls for a use of force incident, and not every use of force incident should be a deadly force incident. That is why the baton, OC spray, taser, and hands on techniques in order to gain compliance are very important to know and have.

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    Nature Of The Work Force

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    Some of the most important internal forces for change according to Chitale, Mohanty and Dubey (2013) are: Nature of the Work Force Change of Managers Deficiencies in Existing Management Structure and Procedures. To Avoid Developing Inertia The nature of work force varies across generations and this drives the organizations to change as well. As an example, the new generation workers have better education, which in some cases leads to questioning the manager’s authority. Since they are working in

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    The Basic Forces in Human Development: The Biopsychosocial Framework is a critical framework that truly affects our growth. From the interaction of these four forces, scientists use this model as an indication to help explain the development of each individual. Specific interactions between each of these forces makes each individual special and unlike anyone else. The Biopsychosocial Framework consists of four forces including biological forces, psychological forces, sociocultural forces, and life-cycle

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