- Forces make things change

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Year 11

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# Forces make things change

## Lessons (12)

I can draw force diagrams and identify pairs of forces that obey Newton’s Third Law.

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I can determine the change of motion caused by one dimensional forces acting on an object.

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I can draw and interpret free body force diagrams to describe the resultant force on an object.

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I can explain how levers and gears transmit the rotational effects of forces.

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I can investigate the conditions for balance and apply the principle of moments in a range of situations.

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I can explain how to investigate the effect of force or mass on the acceleration of an object.

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I can explain what the equation F = m × a means and use it to carry out calculations.

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I can use the equation F = m × a to determine and explain the motion of falling objects.

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I can describe the factors that affect stopping distance and explain the effect of each one.

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I can use the principle of conservation of momentum to calculate motions after a collision or explosion.

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I can use the equation force = mass × change in velocity ÷ change in time to calculate the size of force involved in changing momentum in a certain amount of time.

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I can apply an understanding of force = change in momentum ÷ time to explain how forces and momentum can be controlled.

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