Newton's Laws

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  • Newton's 1st law is that all objects that are in motion stay at motion until an outside unbalanced force acts upon it and all objects at rest stay at rest until a force is act upon it. Newton's 1st law is that all objects that are in motion stay at motion until an outside unbalanced force acts upon it and all objects at rest stay at rest until a force is act upon it.
  • Newton's 2nd law is f=ma which is force equals mass times acceleration.
  • Newton's 1st law is that all objects that are in motion stay at motion until an outside unbalanced force acts upon it and all objects at rest stay at rest until a force is act upon it.
  • Newton's 2nd law is f=ma which is force equals mass times acceleration.
  • Newton's 3rd law is action and reaction. When force is upon an object and then a second object with the same force is pushed on the first force it will cause the first object to move into a different direction.
  • Newton's 1st Law
  • Newton's 1st law has a lot to do with the game of soccer. Different forces are used to play this sport. The soccer ball will always stay at rest until another player kicks it. Also, fiction is another force used to help the ball travel across the field.
  • Newton's 2nd Law
  • Mowing a lawn is an example of Newton's 2nd law because the girl has more mass than the lawn mower. Therefore, she is mowing the lawn mower and the lawn mower isn't mowing her.
  • Newton's 3rd Law
  • The boys behind me show a perfect example of Newton's 3rd law. They use their force to push the ball into the air and then the opposing force (gravity) will then pull the ball in the opposite direction (the floor).
  • In this picture I am showing Newton's 1st law of motion. I have a soccer player using force on the soccer ball to kick it in the net. I also have a soccer player wearing cleats and running with the ball which helps with friction and not letting the player fall while dribbling the ball.
  • I presented Newton's 2nd law in this picture by showing a girl mowing a lawn. This represents this law because the net force being applied by the girl to the lawn mower is the same force it takes the lawn mower to move across the lawn.
  • I presented Newton's 3rd law by using the game of basketball. Newton's 3rd law is the action and reaction of forces. When the players throw the ball, they are using their force to get the ball into the air. The opposing force is gravity which will bring the ball down into the basket.
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