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Newtons first law states that an object in motion tends to stay in motion unless acted upon an outside force. It also states that an object at rest stays in rest. Meaning it does not move.
Newtons second law consists of force, mass,and acceleration. The equation used in his second law is Fore=Mass x acceleration They depend on each other. Like acceleration of an object depends on the mass and how much force is applied.
Newton called one force the "action" and the other force the "reaction" It means if one object exits a force on another object then the second object exerts a force equal strength in the opposite direction on the first object.
Newtons first law
Newtons second law
Newtons third law
This picture demonstrates newtons first law. In this picture the softball is set on a "T". Which means the softball is at rest. Objects at rest stay at rest unless acted by an outside force. The outside force would be when the swings the bat.
In this picture it shows newtons second law. If the hockey player hit the puck with the stick with a lot of force the puck will accelerate into the air. The puck is very small. So it could determine how far or high the puck will go.(dotted line showing puck is going in the air.)
In this picture it shows newtons third law. The action would be when the players foot exerts a force on the ball. The reaction would be the ball exerting a force onto your foot.
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