Newton's Laws of Motion

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  • Newton's First Law of Motion: An object at rest will stay at rest.
  • The force is Balanced because the net force is zero. the apple doesn't move.
  • Apple: 80 grams
  • Normal Force on the Table: 0.78 Newtons
  • Earth Gravity: 0.78 Newtons
  • Newton's First Law of Motion: An object in motion will stay in motion with the same velocity unless acted on by an unbalanced force.
  • The wind blew the apple off the table
  • Friction, Air resistance, Inertia of the apple.
  • The force is balanced, because the net force is zero. The apple keeps rolling with the same velocity.
  • Force of the wind
  • Newton's First Law of Motion: An object in motion will stay in motion with the same velocity unless acted by an unbalanced force.
  • Friction, air resistance, inertia of the apple (5N)
  • Force of the wind (1N)
  • The apple negatively accelerates and gradually stops, because an unbalanced force acts on it, the resistance force of the apple is more than the force of the wind.
  • Newton's Second Law of Motion: Acceleration is force divided by mass.
  • However, if the force stays constant, if you increase the mass of an object, it will accelerate slower, if you decrease the mass, it will accelerate faster.
  • The football is accelerating, acceleration depence on the force you use and the mass of the object.
  • Acceleration is force divided by mass, otherwise, if you use more force, the object will accelerate faster.
  • Newton's Second Law of Motion: Force is mass times acceleration.
  • Force also depence on acceleration, if you use same force to throw a tennis ball and a football, the tennis ball will accelerate faster because it has less mass.
  • Newton's Second Law of Motion states that force is mass times acceleration.
  • If an object has less mass, it required less force to make it accelerate same as a heavier object.
  • Newton's Second Law of Motion: Mass is force divided by acceleration.
  • If I use the same force, the object that accelerate slower is the heavier object.
  • The more force I have to use to move this ball, the more mass this object has.
  • Newton's Second Law of Motion states mass is force divided by acceleration.
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