P =mVA force thatcounteractsmotionAn objectsresistanceto change inits motionAn objectsresistanceto changeits motionalsoknown asthe law ofinertiaUnit ofMeasurementfor distancep=mVRollingfrictionthe resistanceforce that slowsdown themotion of arolling ball orwheel.V =d/tstates, “The forceacting on anobject is equal tothe mass of thatobject times itsacceleration.”An object at restremains at rest; andif in motion willremain in motion in astraight line; unlessa force acts on itForceMomentumPositiveaccelerationStaticfrictionUnit ofMeasurementfor ForceAccelerationThe pull ofgravity onan object'smass (mg=)Centripetalaccelerationwhen thenet force onan object iszerothe frictionalforce thatprevents twosurfaces fromsliding pasteach otherVelocityA pushor apullNewton'sFirst Lawof MotionInertiaA positivechange invelocityNewtonThis acts ona mass tocreate theforce ofweightNegativeaccelerationNetforceMeterThe unit ofmeasurementfor forceMassspeed +directionThe unit ofmeasurementfor forcesNewton'sSecondLaw ofMotionA negativechange invelocityOrbitEquilibrium/BalancedCentripetalForceFrictionSpeedNewton'sThird Lawof MotionMotionRiseoverrunWeightSlopeThe inwardpulling forceon a rotatingobjecta changein positionof anobjectdistancetraveleddivided bytime takenthegravitationallycurved path ofan objectaround a pointin spaceThequantity ofmatter inan objectThe sum ofall forcesacting onan objectThe rateat whichvelocity ischangingstates that forevery action,there is anequal andoppositereaction.MomentumP =mVA force thatcounteractsmotionAn objectsresistanceto change inits motionAn objectsresistanceto changeits motionalsoknown asthe law ofinertiaUnit ofMeasurementfor distancep=mVRollingfrictionthe resistanceforce that slowsdown themotion of arolling ball orwheel.V =d/tstates, “The forceacting on anobject is equal tothe mass of thatobject times itsacceleration.”An object at restremains at rest; andif in motion willremain in motion in astraight line; unlessa force acts on itForceMomentumPositiveaccelerationStaticfrictionUnit ofMeasurementfor ForceAccelerationThe pull ofgravity onan object'smass (mg=)Centripetalaccelerationwhen thenet force onan object iszerothe frictionalforce thatprevents twosurfaces fromsliding pasteach otherVelocityA pushor apullNewton'sFirst Lawof MotionInertiaA positivechange invelocityNewtonThis acts ona mass tocreate theforce ofweightNegativeaccelerationNetforceMeterThe unit ofmeasurementfor forceMassspeed +directionThe unit ofmeasurementfor forcesNewton'sSecondLaw ofMotionA negativechange invelocityOrbitEquilibrium/BalancedCentripetalForceFrictionSpeedNewton'sThird Lawof MotionMotionRiseoverrunWeightSlopeThe inwardpulling forceon a rotatingobjecta changein positionof anobjectdistancetraveleddivided bytime takenthegravitationallycurved path ofan objectaround a pointin spaceThequantity ofmatter inan objectThe sum ofall forcesacting onan objectThe rateat whichvelocity ischangingstates that forevery action,there is anequal andoppositereaction.Momentum

PHYSICS BINGO - Call List

(Print) Use this randomly generated list as your call list when playing the game. There is no need to say the BINGO column name. Place some kind of mark (like an X, a checkmark, a dot, tally mark, etc) on each cell as you announce it, to keep track. You can also cut out each item, place them in a bag and pull words from the bag.


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  1. P = mV
  2. A force that counteracts motion
  3. An objects resistance to change in its motion
  4. An objects resistance to change its motion
  5. also known as the law of inertia
  6. Unit of Measurement for distance
  7. p=mV
  8. Rolling friction
  9. the resistance force that slows down the motion of a rolling ball or wheel.
  10. V = d/t
  11. states, “The force acting on an object is equal to the mass of that object times its acceleration.”
  12. An object at rest remains at rest; and if in motion will remain in motion in a straight line; unless a force acts on it
  13. Force
  14. Momentum
  15. Positive acceleration
  16. Static friction
  17. Unit of Measurement for Force
  18. Acceleration
  19. The pull of gravity on an object's mass (mg=)
  20. Centripetal acceleration
  21. when the net force on an object is zero
  22. the frictional force that prevents two surfaces from sliding past each other
  23. Velocity
  24. A push or a pull
  25. Newton's First Law of Motion
  26. Inertia
  27. A positive change in velocity
  28. Newton
  29. This acts on a mass to create the force of weight
  30. Negative acceleration
  31. Net force
  32. Meter
  33. The unit of measurement for force
  34. Mass
  35. speed + direction
  36. The unit of measurement for forces
  37. Newton's Second Law of Motion
  38. A negative change in velocity
  39. Orbit
  40. Equilibrium /Balanced
  41. Centripetal Force
  42. Friction
  43. Speed
  44. Newton's Third Law of Motion
  45. Motion
  46. Rise over run
  47. Weight
  48. Slope
  49. The inward pulling force on a rotating object
  50. a change in position of an object
  51. distance traveled divided by time taken
  52. the gravitationally curved path of an object around a point in space
  53. The quantity of matter in an object
  54. The sum of all forces acting on an object
  55. The rate at which velocity is changing
  56. states that for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.
  57. Momentum