Newton's Laws

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  • Newton's 1st Law of motion explains that an object that is not moving stays not-moving and an object moving stays moving unless acted upon by a outside force.
  • Newton's 2nd Law of motion explains that the acceleration of an object all depends on how much force is exerted on the object and total mass of the object.
  • Newton's 3rd Law of motion explains when one object exerts force on another, there is always an opposite or equal force put back on the first object, creating an action-reaction situation. 
  • Newton's First Law
  • The ball is not moving because no force is acted on it.  When his foot hits the ball with force, it will make the ball move towards the goal. The net will be the force that stops the ball from moving.
  • Newton's Second Law 
  • The football is being thrown to a friend forcefully, and since it has a small amount of mass, it travels with a lot of acceleration to the player catching the ball.
  • Newton's Third Law
  • The action that is happening is the person pushing down on the diving board. The reaction of this is the diving board springing back up and launching the diver into the air.
  • Newton's First Law
  • Newton's Second Law
  • Newton's Third Law
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