Written by Michael Fanjoy…
All movement (start, speed up, slow down, change direction, and stop) are the result of forces acting upon an object. The movement is dependent on the direction and amount of force(s) acting directly or indirectly on the object.
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Michael Fanjoy is a recipient of the STAO 2014 Galbraith Award for Science Education