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When an object isn't moving, it stays that way. When an object is moving, it stays that way too, unless acted upon an outside force.
The mass of an object makes the acceleration depend on it and the amount of force applied.
When one object puts a certain amount of force on another, that second object exerts the same amount of strength except in opposite direction.
Newton's First Law
Newton's Second Law
Newton's Third Law
When the soccer ball is at rest, it stays at rest, but when the person kicks it, the force makes it move.
When the two cars hit each other, the smaller car gets more damaged because it has less mass, but they both have the same acceleration.
When the girl hits the tennis ball with her racket, it is exerting force onto the tennis ball, then the tennis ball exerts the same amount of force except in a different direction.
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