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**2.**production of force and the distance through which it acts**4.**axis of rotation of a body**7.**also a unit of power**9.**are quantities with both magnitude and direction**11.**unit of pressure**13.**velocity at an instant**17.**the motion projected with an angle and continues to travel only gravitational acceleration and without air resistance**19.**pounds per square inch**20.**unit of mass**21.**the horizontal distance traveled by the object**23.**the coefficient of friction**25.**forces lie on the same plane**26.**average pressure exerted by the earth’s atmosphere at sea level**28.**is defined as the ratio of the magnitude of the force and the area of the surface**29.**a comparison**32.**are forces that meet at the same point**33.**doesn't change the state of motion**35.**defined as the ratio of the mass and volume, weight and volume**36.**friction at rest**38.**rate of doing work**39.**unit of force**41.**product of mass and density**43.**Newton’s first law of motion

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**1.**the product of force and its perpendicular distance from the point of support**3.**resistance which opposes the movement of the one body over another**5.**the ability to do work and the transformation that they produce**6.**the time of change of velocity**7.**instrument, measure specific gravity of liquid**8.**unit of power**10.**a push or pull exerted by a body**12.**the principle buoyant force of a submerged object is equal to the displaced liquid**13.**product of force and time**14.**path of projectile**15.**blood pressure**16.**maximum height the object can reach**18.**unit of work**19.**the instrument use to determine atmospheric pressure**22.**Newton’s third law of motion**24.**a single vector which represents the sum of two or more vectors**27.**the time rate of change of displacement**30.**the motion on a straight line**31.**are quantities with magnitude only**34.**measure pressure**37.**friction in motion**40.**has a frame of reference**42.**other unit of pressure