Newton's Laws Comic Strip

Newton's Laws Comic Strip

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  • This image shows Newton's First Law an object that is in rest will stay in rest and in this image, the soccer ball was staying still on the ground. But when the soccer player kicked the ball, the ball was affected by an unbalanced force, making the ball soar in the air till the ball reaches the ground.
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  • This image shows Newton's First Law because an object that is in rest will stay in rest and in this image, this tree isn't in motion but instead it is in rest. When the boy shakes the tree, an unbalanced force is affecting the tree so the tree is slightly moving, the branches of the trees are also moving slightly, and the leaves on the tree are falling off the tree.
  • This image shows Newton's Second Law because the formula for Newtons Second Law is Force equals Mass times Acceleration, and the image we can see that the two men apply force to push the heavy car so then the car will slowly accelerate.
  • This image shows Newton's Second Law because the formula for Newtons Second Law is Force equals Mass times Acceleration, and the image we can see that the man is applying force to the three light boxes to move them to a corner of the room.
  • This image shows Newton's Third Law because every action has a reaction and when the boy pulled and released the bowstring, the stretch of the string has an effect on the magnitude, direction, and speed of the arrow.
  • This image shows Newton's Third Law because every action has a reaction and the action is when the woman hits the hammer on the nail and based on the force the hammer exerts, the more the nail goes further into the crate which is also the reaction.
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