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Newton's
1st
Law of Motion
Newton's
2nd
Law of Motion
Newton's
3rd
Law of Motion
F=ma
Newton's
1st
Law of Motion
Newton's
2nd
Law of Motion
Newton's
3rd
Law of Motion
An automobile you are riding in suddenly stops, but you continue to go forward.
Newton's
1st
Law of Motion
Newton's
2nd
Law of Motion
Newton's
3rd
Law of Motion
When the force on a car is doubled, the acceleration is doubled.
Newton's
1st
Law of Motion
Newton's
2nd
Law of Motion
Newton's
3rd
Law of Motion
A magician pulls a table cloth from under a table of dishes.
Newton's
1st
Law of Motion
Newton's
2nd
Law of Motion
Newton's
3rd
Law of Motion
A skater pushes another skater forward, but the one pushing moves backwards.
Newton's
1st
Law of Motion
Newton's
2nd
Law of Motion
Newton's
3rd
Law of Motion
The harder you hit a baseball, the faster it accelerates.
Newton's
1st
Law of Motion
Newton's
2nd
Law of Motion
Newton's
3rd
Law of Motion
You push against a wall and the wall is pushing back on you.
Newton's
1st
Law of Motion
Newton's
2nd
Law of Motion
Newton's
3rd
Law of Motion
As the fuel in a rocket ignites, the force of gas expansion and explosion pushes out the back of the rocket and pushes the rocket forward.
Newton's
1st
Law of Motion
Newton's
2nd
Law of Motion
Newton's
3rd
Law of Motion
You are carrying a lunch tray when you bump into the edge of a table. Although the tray did not tip, your milk falls off of the front of the tray.
Newton's
1st
Law of Motion
Newton's
2nd
Law of Motion
Newton's
3rd
Law of Motion
What is Newtons 1st law of motion?
Force= Mass multiplied by acceleration
An object at rest stays at rest unless acted on an unbalanced force.
For every action there is a equal and opposite re-action.
Law of gravity
When you double the force the acceleration
decreases by 1/2
doubles
triples
decreases by 1/3
When you double the mass the acceleration
decreases by 1/2
doubles
triples
decreases by 1/3
Force and acceleration have
a direct relationship
an inverse relationship
Mass and acceleration have
a direct relationship
an inverse relationship
When you triple the mass the acceleration
decreases by 1/2
doubles
triples
decreases by 1/3
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