Newtons 1st Law

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  • Newton's 1st Law Def. : Objects in motion will stay in motion and objects in rest will stay at rest unless acted upon by an outside force. This represents the 1st law because the soccer ball is an object at rest that only moves when acted upon by a force, which in this case is the boys foot. If the boy hadn't kicked the ball, then it wouldn't have moved and just stayed at rest because no force was moving it. Even though there are other forces acting on this object like gravity and normal force, they are equal and opposite force pairs so the only thing causing movement of the object is applied force from the boys foot.
  • Newton's 1st Law Def. : Objects in motion will stay in motion and objects in rest will stay at rest unless acted upon by an outside force. This girl sliding down a slide is an example of the 1st law because she is staying in motion until the slide ends unless she to come into contact with a force before she gets to the bottom. This could be anything from a large rock to a kid standing below her, but as long as anything isn't in her way she will slide down to the bottom without abruptly soping or speeding up.
  • Newton's 3rd Law Def. : Every action has an equal and opposite reaction. This is an example of the 3rd law because when the bouncy ball is dropped, it reacts by springing back up with an equal amount of force and in a different direction as when it was dropped. This shows that the ball mirrored its first action making it a prime example of Newton's first law.    
  • Newton's 3rd Law Def. : Every action has an equal and opposite reaction. This represents the 3rd law because when the man steps off of the boat he will be going forward, but in reaction to his movement the boat will move backwards in the opposite direction with the same amount of force. This law states that actions have reactions that are both the same, which is what happens with this man and the boat.
  • Newton's 2nd Law Def. : It takes more force to move an object with more mass than less. (F=ma) This is an example of the 2nd law because it shows that the man has more mass than the kid and is easily winning the game of tug of war while the kid is struggling because he is pulling against an object that has more mass than him. This shows that is is harder to pull an object with more mass and easier to pull one with less mass.
  • Newton's 2nd Law Def. : It takes more force to move an object with more mass than less. (F=ma) This represents the 2nd law because it also shows that it takes more effort to lift the box with more mass than the smaller one with less mass. The bigger the mass means the more force you have to exert to move the object, which in turn means it is harder because you are putting out more strength.
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