Cade and Kobe
Dr. Hancock's D Block
8. The car will remain still unless acted by another force like when we pushed it. It will also remain in motion unless acted on by friction.
9. If the car had more mass and/or was pushed harder it would move quicker.
10. Me moving my hand created the equal and opposite reaction of the car moving away from me.
11. Forces include the person that pushed the car as well as friction that stops the car.
Our car moved forward by the force of someone pushing it. That force made the car move forward. The next force was the friction of the table that slowed it down.