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newtons law of motion
Well, that is because of The Second Newton Law of Motion of acceleration. Both of you guys used the same amount of force of the object but the masses of the objects were different. The one that went farther away is lighter than the other one! That means the smaller the mass the faster the acceleration, and mass and acceleration are inversely proportional.
Excuse me professor, I and my friend threw different sized objects but mine went farther away than his object. Why?
The Third Newton Law of Motion is the law of action then reaction. In this law, we learn that with every action, there is a reaction. The object repeats the action in the opposite way to get a reaction and that is The Law of Action,Reaction. Let's go try this out in an experiment!
Well, as you can see students the action in this experiment was when the child sat on one end of the see saw. Because of that, the child on the other end jumped off and that was the reaction. I hope this helped you further understand The Third Newton Law of Motion.
So, students the three laws Newton made all describe motion. The are different types of motion and the most important are described in this set of laws. The First Law is The Law of Inertia, then The Law of Acceleration, then last but not least, The Law of Action and Reaction.
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