1. 2. The amount of matter in an object, measured in kilograms.
  2. 8. A design methodology that involves making ongoing modifications to a product, process, or system based on feedback from users or other sources of data. (2 words)
  3. 11. A push or pull on an object, which can cause it to accelerate.
  4. 13. The speed of an object in a particular direction.
  5. 17. The tendency of an object to resist changes in its motion, which is related to its mass.
  6. 19. The amount of deformation that occurs in a material due to stress.
  7. 21. The maximum stress that a material can withstand without undergoing permanent deformation. (2 words)
  8. 22. The process of creating something new or improved, often through the application of new technology or creative thinking.
  9. 23. A type of patent that protect new varieties of plants that have been asexually reproduced, such as by grafting or rooting. (2 words)
  10. 24. The one who formulated the laws of motion. (2 words)
  11. 25. The acceleration of an object is directly proportional to the net force acting on the object, and inversely proportional to its mass. (4 words)
  12. 26. The force that attracts two objects with mass towards each other.
  13. 28. Republic Act No. 8293 (3 words)
  14. 29. The product of an object's mass and velocity, which is a measure of its motion.
  15. 30. A measure of a material's ability to absorb energy elastically. (3 words)
  1. 1. A type of patent that protect the functional aspects of an invention, such as its processes, machines, compositions of matter, and improvements thereof. (2 words)
  2. 2. A measure of a material's resistance to deformation under shear stress. (3 words)
  3. 3. The slow, time-dependent deformation of a material under constant stress.
  4. 4. Refers to the factors that are taken into account during the design process to ensure that the final product or system meets the desired requirements and specifications. (2 words)
  5. 5. A room or area in a house used for cooking and food preparation.
  6. 6. This states that an object at rest will remain at rest. (4 words)
  7. 7. The property of a material that allows it to deform under stress and return to its original shape when the stress is removed.
  8. 9. The process of designing and developing a new product, from concept to production. (2 words)
  9. 10. The minimum velocity needed for an object to escape the gravitational pull of a massive body and not fall back down. (2 words)
  10. 12. A room in a house or apartment that is primarily used for sleeping and relaxing.
  11. 14. The shortest path between two points in a gravitational field, following the curvature of space-time.
  12. 15. The design of products and systems to fit the needs of the human body, including factors such as posture, movement, and physical comfort.
  13. 16. For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. (4 words)
  14. 18. A type of patent that protect the ornamental or aesthetic aspects of a functional item, such as the shape, configuration, or surface ornamentation. (2 words)
  15. 20. A set of components and devices designed to provide illumination in a space or environment. (2 words)
  16. 27. The force per unit area applied to a material, which can cause it to deform.