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Newton's First Law is inertia. When objects are still or not moving, they will stay that way. If objects are moving, they will keep on moving. This is unless if an unbalanced force acts upon it.
Newton's Second Law states that pushing or pulling on an object creates acceleration, which is a change in speed of an object. The more mass an object has, the more force is needed to move that object.
Newton's Third Law states that every action on an object will have an equal but opposite reaction on either itself or another object.
Newton's First Law
Newton's Second Law
Newton's Third Law
The pencil, water bottle, scissors, crayons, and feather will not move because of Newton's first law, an object at rest will stay at rest. (Unless acted upon by an unbalanced force)
When the player kicked the ball, it created acceleration. Based on Newton's second law, you could calculate the acceleration of the soccer ball by dividing the force applied by the mass of the ball.
When the player hits the baseball, the force exerted on the baseball is equal but goes in the opposite direction to what the bat applied to it.
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