# Ch 3: CEOE Physics: Force & the Laws of Motion

Review what you know about forces and the laws of motion by completing the engaging and informative video lessons in this chapter in preparation for the CEOE Physics exam.

## CEOE Physics - Force and the Laws of Motion - Chapter Summary

This chapter focuses on the force and motion laws and concepts you may have already covered but need to brush up on for the CEOE Physics exam. Review inertia, mass, gravity and friction, and discover the implications of Newton's laws of motion. You'll also cover cover how to determine an object's net force and to calculate for acceleration. The lessons in this chapter can assist you with:

• Providing examples of Newton's first, second and third laws of motion
• Differentiating between inertia, mass and weight
• Explaining an object's state of motion
• Defining and identifying balanced and unbalanced forces
• Drawing free-body diagrams
• Understanding net force and acceleration
• Determining the types of forces that affect objects
• Explaining free fall and air resistance, and defining mass, friction and gravity
• Understanding action and reaction force pairs, and explaining normal force
• Determining an object's net force on an inclined plane

While preparing for the CEOE Physics examination, you can review the above topics through this chapter's video lessons. They are presented by trained educators, who are also available to answer your physics questions. Refer to the written transcripts for clarification or use the video tags to re-watch parts of the video. You can take the self-assessment quizzes and the practice chapter examination to test your understanding of the material.

### CEOE Physics - Force and the Laws of Motion Objectives

Study these video lessons in preparation for the CEOE Physics exam, part of the licensure process for Oklahoma physics educators. The topics covered on the CEOE Physics examination include those covered in this chapter as well as electricity and magnetism, waves, acoustics and optics, and scientific and engineering processes. The test is computer-based and consists of 80 selected-response questions. You will be given four hours to complete the examination.

17 Lessons in Chapter 3: CEOE Physics: Force & the Laws of Motion
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