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Woah, he is strong! This larger man was able to have more force swinging the hammer to have the ball ring the bell at a faster speed! His greater mass gave him this force, and this greater force caused a greater acceleration. If the ball weighed more, it would not go as far up as fast. This is a representation of Newton's Second Law.
WOAH I think I'm gonna get sick!
What a thrilling ride! In our seats, we flew up then back down! There were so many unexpected drops!
This ride is like Newton's Third Law of Motion! For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.
Everytime the ride goes down, it goes back up. This continues until the ride comes to a stop. When going up, the ride pushes against the mechanics, which push it back down. It's an opposite reaction to every action!
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