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Newtons first law of motion explains that when an object is in motion it will stay in motion unless a force is acted upon it. Also an object not moving will not move unless there is a force on it.
Newtons second law of motion describes when an object experiences an acceleration
Newton's third law is when an action of any sort that requires force triggers another action. this is also called action-reaction
Newton's First Law
Newtons Second Law
Newtons Third Law
This demonstrates the first law because a bus is constantly stopping and going. The bus will keep moving if there is no outside force and it always remain still when still unless a force is applied.
This demonstrates Newton's second law because the ride accelerates to the top then accelerates back down but decelerates at the end so you don't go through the ground.
This demonstrates newton's third law because as the swimmer pushes the water backward with her hands she is able to propel forward. This is an action-reaction scenario.
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