# Ch 18: Force, Rotation, Pressure & Density

Use the engaging lessons in this chapter to raise your understanding of force, rotation, pressure, and density. Lessons include Newton's Second Law of Motion and Hooke's Law. If you are preparing for an exam, these lessons and quizzes can help by testing your knowledge of the topics covered.

## Force, Rotation, Pressure & Density - Chapter Summary

These lessons on force, rotation, pressure, and density include a discussion of the principle of moments. You can also gain a clearer understanding of how a simple machine operates. By the end of the chapter, you should be positioned to:

• Identify different types of force
• Describe the unit 'newton'
• Explain Newton's Second Law of Motion and Hooke's Law
• Determine impulse from a force-time graph
• Use force arrows in diagrams to show size and direction of the force
• Provide examples of forces and pivots
• Show the relationships between force, area, and pressure
• Describe density, matter, mass, and volume

Our expert educators make it easy for you to get up to speed on force, rotation, pressure, and density. A brief quiz is available for each lesson to make sure you grasp the concepts studied. In addition, each lesson includes a full written transcript that you can print and use as a study tool.

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