Luke Foote Newton's Laws
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Man pushes a ball, making it go fast down a road and eventually running over someone.
Newton's 1st law: an object in rest will stay in rest until a force is applied.
Man hits resting ball with a golf club, which is now in motion due to force acting on it.
It is heavy and is going fast with much force because of the weight
Newton's 2nd law: Force depends on weight of an object, and the acceleration.
Due to the unbalanced force, it pushes the person over.
Newton's 3rd law: For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.
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