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Newton's First Law
Newton's Second Law
Newton's Third Law
An object in motion stays in motion, and and object at rest stays at rest, with the same direction and speed.
The acceleration of an object is dependent on the amount of mass and force that is put on it. The equation is force=mass x acceleration.
Every action has an equal and opposite reaction.
Susey is not touching the rock but if she kicks it, the rock will move.
Jimmy is hunting. The more force the gun puts on the bullet, the faster the bullet will go.
Jimmy gets off the boat. When he steps off his foot exerts force on the boat and the boat exerts force on his feet.
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