The Raleigh Brothers-Newton's 2nd Law Story-Part 2
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Well, the mass of the ball, about 0.43 kilograms, stays the same, so all you have to do is judge how much force it takes for the ball to continue accelerating before friction, or an outside force, brings it to a stop.
How do I apply that to soccer?
Alright, I need to use more force on an object to make it accelerate faster. I’ll use more force to to make a goal, so I can be sure that the ball goes in.
When you’re out on the field, Joe, I want you to think about that. You are in control of the ball. You know how to make it move or accelerate. You’re going to make your team proud, and us too.
Thanks, Mike. You always know what to say.
I’ll be in soon, Mike.
Are you coming in, Joe?
"Buses have more mass than the car, so they’ll need to apply more force if they want to accelerate," Joe thought.
Joe saw this, and he understood Newton's second law was all around him. He just had to look for it. Joe was finally ready for the game.
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