Newtons Laws

Newtons Laws

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  • Newtons 1st law of motion states that an object at rest will stay at rest and an object in motion will stay in motion unless acted upon by an outside, unbalanced force
  • Newtons 2nd law says the force of an object is equal to mass of the object multiplied by its acceleration
  • Newtons 3rd law says that for ever action there is an equal but opposite reaction
  • Newtons 1st Law
  • Newtons 2nd Law
  • Newtons 3rd Law
  • 350 N
  • 350 N
  • When he throws the foot ball it would go on for ever. But since there is the outside, unbalanced force of gravity present it will pull the ball back down toward the ground.
  • Augie will need a lot more force to move the bus than the car because it has a lot more mass. On the other hand Dominick got the easier job because the force need to push the car is less than the force needed to push the bus because the car has less mass.
  • This very jacked body builder makes an action and picks up the weight with a force of 350 newtons. At the same time the weight is applying an equal but opposite reaction downward with a force of 350 newtons. 
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