Design Option Two

Design Option Two

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  • You have probably heard of the terms forces and momentum, but what do they mean?
  • Scene One: Introduction
  • Physics 101
  • Forces Example
  • When I drop this pair of sunglasses, forces act upon it.
  • Physics 101
  • There are many examples....
  • Forces acting on objects
  • Forces that act upon objects: •Gravity •Friction •Applied Forces •Net Force
  • Introductory sequence with host introducing the topic and why it is important.
  • Newton and Newtonian Laws
  • Sir. Isaac Newton's Laws of: First law Second law Third Law
  • A visual example of the forces phenomenon, acting upon the glasses.
  • Example Questions
  • What is the total momentum if the object's mass is 5kg, and maintains a velocity of 5 m/s right?
  • Concrete and projected forces that act on an object.(Images included but not available on this medium due to account limitations). Along with ample explanations on these specific forces.
  • Conclusion
  • As we have learned today these quintessential laws of physics can be applied to every day life! Thank you and goodbye.
  • A brief but explained basis of the three Newtonian Laws
  • First Law: Inertia...
  • A worked out summery of the question and the processes of obtaining the answer.
  • A hasty summary, wrapping up the topic and restating the main points.
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