Newton's Laws

Newton's Laws

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  • Object will either remain at rest or continue moving unless acted by an outside force.
  • The acceleration of an object is equal to its mass times the amount of force applied.
  • For every action there is an equal or opposite reaction.
  • Newton's First Law
  • When the subway stopped moving I am still moving after it stopped due to Newton's First Law.
  • Newton's Second Law
  • It takes more force to push the full shopping cart because it has more mass, which means it has less acceleration.
  • Newton's Third Law
  • When I dive in the pool I am showing Newton's Third Law by my action having a reaction.
  • This picture shows Newton's First Law because the subway is going at a high speed. When it stops the people are still moving making them tilt to the left. 
  • The person is pushing a shopping cart that is full with groceries. She is pushing it with more force than she would have done with an empty shopping cart because it has a greater mass. 
  •  As the person dives the reaction in the picture is the person's feet applying a force on the diving board and the diving board is giving back an equal and opposite force which is the reaction.
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