Match the following definitions (or descriptions) to the terms listed below them.

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- A falling object has reached a state where the force due to air-resistance balances the force due to gravity.
So the object has stopped accelerating.
- Inertia
- Mass
- Weight
- Kilogram
- Newton
- Volume
- Force
- Friction
- Free fall
- Terminal speed ===============

- When one object is sliding against another object, a resistive force opposes the motion.
- Inertia
- Mass
- Weight
- Kilogram
- Newton
- Volume
- Force
- Friction ===============
- Free fall
- Terminal speed

- Falling under the influence of gravity, with no air resistance.
- Inertia
- Mass
- Weight
- Kilogram
- Newton
- Volume
- Force
- Friction
- Free fall ===============
- Terminal speed

- A push or a pull on an object. Causes an object to accelerate.
- Inertia
- Mass
- Weight
- Kilogram
- Newton
- Volume
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- Friction
- Free fall
- Terminal speed

- Unit of mass.
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- Weight
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- Newton
- Volume
- Force
- Friction
- Free fall
- Terminal speed

- Unit of force. The force that will accelerate a 1kg mass with an acceleration of 1 m/s2.
- Inertia
- Mass
- Weight
- Kilogram
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- Volume
- Force
- Friction
- Free fall
- Terminal speed

- The amount of space that an object occupies.
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- Weight
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- Force
- Friction
- Free fall
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- The tendency of an object to resist changes in motion.
- Inertia ===============
- Mass
- Weight
- Kilogram
- Newton
- Volume
- Force
- Friction
- Free fall
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- The force on an object due to gravity.
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- Kilogram
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- Volume
- Force
- Friction
- Free fall
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- The amount of matter in an object.
- Inertia
- Mass ===============
- Weight
- Kilogram
- Newton
- Volume
- Force
- Friction
- Free fall
- Terminal speed

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