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If an object is moving it will continue to stay in motion, and if an object is not moving it will never move. This is until an object is acted upon by another force that will cause it to move, or stop moving.
The mass of an object, and the amount of force acted upon it effects the acceleration. The amount of mass and acceleration on an object effects the force. F= MA
With an action there is always an opposite reaction. Anything that has a force applied to it will always have an action and reaction force applied to it.
Newton's First Law
Newton's Second Law
Newton's Third Law
The two sisters are riding in the car together. The car suddenly makes a right turn. Because they were used to going straight, when the car turned, it appeared that they leaned to the left, but they were really where they used to be.
There are two guys attempting to kick two different objects, the man on the left kicked a tennis ball that has less mass and weight than the chair. Both guys applied the same amount of force, but because the mass of the tennis ball is less, it went further.
The girl is preparing to dive off of the springboard. The action represented is the child jumping down onto the board. The reaction is the board coming back up allowing them to dive.
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