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Class, today we will be learning about Newton's Three Laws of Motion. I need two volunteers.
Last but not least is Newton's 3rd Law!
Once Susan kicks the soccer ball it will keep moving to the direction in front of her until Jake changes it with an unbalanced force. Otherwise known as his foot.
A toy plane is the perfect example for the 3rd Law.
When I kick the soccer ball, it will change direction. This is all an example of Inertia. Right Ms. Solsten?
Now, let's see an example of Newton's 2nd Law!
Since the ball has a high mass...
Newton's Second Law!
The acceleration will go down and the amount of force needed up.
The formula is F=ma.
At first normal force pushes up and gravity pushes down. This makes the plane stay in the air.
Every action has an equal and opposite reaction.
However, sooner or later gravity will overrule normal force, sending the plane to the ground.
The formula for Newton's 2nd Law is F=ma.
So what did we learn?
Newton's 1st Law known as, Inertia, is an object's resistance to move until contact with an unbalanced force.
Newton's 3rd Law starts out with two equal forces, but in the end one overrules the other.
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