Just like the first law of motion says: if I don't hit the brakes my car will just keep going on forever.
The second law proves that if I lose some weight/mass at practice I should get better acceleration when I'm running.
Just like the third law of motion (every action has an equal and opposite reaction) this dream will cause him to wake up screaming. Little does Chad know that this wasn't a dream it was a sight into the future.
What's that little squeaking noise?
It's getting closer guys....
Catch the ball!!
Chad drives his car to football practice.
He arrives and sees his teammates safe and sound. But there is something he doesn't notice.
With the ball going forward at twenty Newtons and the wind blowing it left at 38.756 Newtons it should blow the ball to the left a decent amount. This would mean they are unbalanced forces
While Chad and his friend Craig were were running from the dinosaur a magical unicorn slid down a rainbow to protect them. It began trying to push the T-rex back with a force of 92.4 Newtons , but the T-rex was pushing back with 92.4 Newtons too. Since they were a balanced force neither was gaining any ground.
But finally, the T-rex tired: giving only 50 N to the Unicorn's 70 this means the net force was 20 in the unicorns favor. And then the T-rex died.