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Newton's Three Laws of Motion!
Newton's First Law- AN OBJECT IN MOTION TENDS TO STAY IN MOTION
Newton’s First Law of Motion states that an object in motion tends to stay in motion, unless a force or something changes that.
For example, a ball rolling would keep on rolling forever if gravity, friction, and other forces didn’t apply, like that kid grabbing it.
Newton's Second Law of Motion- FORCE EQUALS ACCELERATION MULTIPLIED BY MASS
Newton’s Second Law of Motion is basically the formula in relation to Force, Mass, and Acceleration. It states that force equals mass times acceleration. (Or F=MxA) This how you would calculate to find the measures of a force.
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