Newton's Laws Project: Mary McCourt
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Objects that are still remain still, and objects that are moving continue to move, unless pushed or pulled by and unbalanced force.
Newton's second law is f=ma. When an object is pushed or pulled, the acceleration of the object is controlled by the amount of force put on the object, and the mass.
For every action, there is an equal reaction in strength, ans an opposite reaction in movement.
Newton's First Law
Newton's Second Law
Newton's Third Law
Kevin was standing on the edge of his boat, when it stopped suddenly. Kevin flew right off.
Kelly's car has very little gas in the tank. Her friend Michelle decided to drive the car at 2 m/s. The car weighs 4500 kg, and, which means Kelly has to push with a force of 9000 N.
Jerry and Fiona are a fantastic duo on the ice. In their routine, Jerry pushes Fiona by the hand. After he does this, Fiona moves at the same speed as when Jerry pushed her, ans he moves in the opposite direction.
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