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Science: Newton's First and Second Laws
Updated: 3/25/2020
Science: Newton's First and Second Laws
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  • Do you know what Newton's First Law is?
  • oh.
  • This is explaining Newton's First Law of motion.
  • Newton's First Law is whatever is moving only stops when there is a force acted on it.
  • Do you know what Newton's Second Law is?
  • oh.
  • This is explaining Newton's Second Law of motion.
  • If an object is accelerating, then the object is dependent on 2 variables: the net force and mass.
  • He is going to explain 1 example of Newton's first Law.
  • I am moving.
  • He is explaining why he is stopping.
  • I stopped because of friction. Friction is the force that is stopping me.
  • This is another example of Newton's First Law.
  • This object is at rest because there is no force pushing it.
  • This is explaining the last example of Newton's First Law.
  • This is a frictionless environment so I will never stop because there are no outside forces.
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