Newton strikes back with a vengence

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In this thrilling sequel, Newton battles his most voracious foe: his boring personality and void love life.

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  • A peanut can be flung farther when you flick it with your finger than an apple because the apple has more mass.
  • EXAMPLE #1
  • A rock won’t move if you blow on it gently, but it will move if you shove it over because you are applying more force and giving the rock the acceleration it needs to move.
  • EXAMPLE #2
  • Newton's Third Law
  • For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. According to the Physics Classroom.
  • This law means when anything happens where a force is involved there is always an opposite force. One force acting on an object will always have another force reacting to it.
  • Pudding in a bowl, the pudding exerts a force on the bowl and the bowl exerts a force on the pudding.
  • EXAMPLE #1
  • EXAMPLE #2
  • When a cat brushes itself up against a wall it exerts a force on the wall and the wall exerts one back.
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