Newtons Laws ( Science is the Best)
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A object in motion will stay in motion unless acted by a external force and a object not in motion will stay not in motion unless acted by a external force.
A object with a great mass and high acceleration will will have a big net force and a object with a small mass and a small acceleration will have a small net force.
A object will always have a reactant for a for ever action made on a object that is equal.
Newton's First Law
Newton's Second Law
Newton's Third Law
The ball isn't moving because no force is applied but when he kicks it it rolls forward.
The harder he hits the baseball the further it will go because the baseball bat has a greater mass than the baseball.
The fuel propels its force on the ground of the moon and in return the rocket goes up.
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