Newton's Laws!

Newton's Laws!

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  • Non-moving objects will continue not to move and objects in motion will stay moving unless acted upon by another force.
  • The amount of force you have is depended on how much mass the object has and how fast the acceleration is. Force is determined by the equation F=MA.
  • Everything we do, every move we make, has a consequence or has a response to our every move. In simpler terms, it's basically cause and effect.
  • Newton's First Law!
  • Newton's Second Law!
  • Newton's Third Law!
  • The man crashes into the wall. The car is no longer in motion, however the man has less inertia than the car causing him to keep moving and go right through the windshield. That is also why seat belts are so important. 
  • The man and the boy are racing  to see who is stronger. While the man is happily pushing the tires with simplicity, the boy is struggling. This is because the man has a bigger mass, therefore he will push with more force. The boy will take a while because he's small so he'll push with small force.
  • The girl jumps off a small rowing boat into the water to go for a swim. When she jumps, she pushe s herself foward at the same time that causes the boat to move backwards.
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