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    Force

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    Force Force, commonly, a “push” or “pull,” more properly defined in physics as a quantity that changes the motion, size, or shape of a body. Force is a vector quantity, having both magnitude and direction. The magnitude of a force is measured in units such as the pound, dyne, and Newton, depending upon the system of measurement being used. Unbalanced force acting on a body free to move will change the motion of the body. The quantity of motion of a body is measured by its momentum, the product

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    Force

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    Have you ever wondered how force works on objects? Well in my physics class our book, Inquiry Into Physics, it begins to explain what it is. Force is a push or pull acting on a body which usually causes some distortion of the body, a change in its velocity, or both (27). Force is measured in Newtons or pounds. Force can be hard to describe, but I am going to do my best to make it understandable. The most common type of force in our lives is weight, according to the book Inquiry Into Physics (28)

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    Oppresive Force

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    “Oppressive Forces” Amy Tan’s “Mother Tongue” and James Baldwin’s “If Black English Isn’t a Language, Then Tell Me, What Is?” discusses the power in language and how it is defined as a tool for communication but is used to shape people’s perception of others. Both Tan and Baldwin state that language is used as an oppressive force that doesn’t properly acknowledge minorities and the lack of proficiency in “standard” English doesn’t allow them to participate with society equally. Within Baldwin’s essay

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    and centrifugal forces you may ask. Well centripetal force which means center seeking is a force that compels a body to move in a circular path. While centrifugal force which means center fleeing is an object that travels in a circle that acts like it is experiencing an outward force. Many people confuse the two forces even though they are the opposites of each other. As it says in the physics classroom, “an object which experiences acceleration must also experiencing a net force. The direction of

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    Natural Force

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    primal energy permeates nature in a frenetic state of perpetual change. It impacts on subtle and dramatic levels, and moves us to behave, believe, and exist in a certain ways. It feeds us, energizing our mind, spirit, and bodily sensations. This force of nature, it’s energy, can wash over us like a cool breeze on a summer afternoon. Or like, in Edvard Munch’s painting, “The Scream”, hit us like a cacophony, splintering, bird sound tsunami. Symphony or shockwave, its effect, depends on perspective

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    Abusing the Force

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    Abusing the Force The fundamental purposes of law enforcement is the serve and protect the individuals of society. Rough treatment is often times afflicted upon unruly citizens as an alternative reform of discipline. Police abuse remains one of the most serious and divisive human rights violations of today. The secrecy, stress, and dangers of police work leads to an insular and close-knit occupational culture that results in a strong distinction between members of the police and society. An in-depth

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    Natural Forces

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    Natural Forces A natural force is a power brought on by nature. Natural forces, unlike those of other powers, are uncontrollable. When a hurricane passes along the coast, a bolt of lightning strikes a rooftop, and a volcano erupts, these are all examples of natural forces. Natural forces can have devastating effects on wildlife, humans, and the earth itself. Our effects to resist these occurrences, our only way to cope with such devastating forces of nature are to observe, learn, and prepare ourselves

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    those primarily concerned with torque, angular velocity, and force. In particular, the Biodex machine maintains a constant angular velocity, so torque and muscular force by the participant are maximized at every point in the range of motion. This is reflective of isokinetic muscle testing. Keep in mind that strength is primarily the production of force, and force is the product of mass and acceleration. (Lawler, 2018). Creating force is essential in every form of exercise, which is why it is included

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    Aerodynamic Forces

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    Aerodynamic Forces The use of aerodynamic forces by the expert golfer was demonstrated to me once by a drive off the tee by a well-known professional, Arnold Palmer. I stood directly behind him so that I could have the best view of the flight of the ball. Instead of the ball going on the path I had expected, it climbed in a nearly straight line for about 3 s and only then began to fall. Recall that Newton's First Law states that a body continues in a straight line at constant speed unless a force acts

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    Reduction in Force

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    The Role of Length of Service in a Reduction in Force Organizations participating in a reduction in force (RIF) are typically reacting to an economic reason. A poorly designed and executed RIF procedure is fraught with potential litigation possibilities. Using “…length of service with the company or in a job classification is the most common, easiest, and most objective standard” (Wildman-Harrold). Any RIF is subject to potential lawsuits. Considering the number of employees involved, the amount

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