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• 2 cars crashing into each-other is a prime example of newtons first law of motion.﻿ The law states thats a object in motion stays in motion, therefor when the cars where at a millage they stayed at the same pace and didn't have enough time to stop so they crashed.
• ﻿the animals and the brid flying to the ground is a prime example of  newtons second law which is basically all objects aren't balanced. having to do with acceleration, newtons and khms. As you can see in this comic that all the animals are moving or in mid air like the bird is flying and the cat and monkey are jumping off the counter top. which proves that all objects aren't balanced.
• This person who is trying to catch a snake is a prime example of newtons 3rd law.﻿ The third law states that every action has an equal and opposite counter reaction pair. In this case there are many pairs in this scene one of them is the man is applying presser on the ground while the ground is pushing him back. This causes him to be able to cause force on the rope.
• this is another prim example of newtons first law, this ball was thrown down the isle of a pet store, nothing is going to stop this ball unless a person or thing bumps into it, or other than friction.﻿ which is showing you that an object in motion stays in motion.
• this is also a prim example of newtons second law because it is easier to push an empty shopping cart rather than a full one, because the full shopping car has more mass ﻿than the empty one. that means more force is required to push the full shopping cart.
• ﻿this is another prim example of newtons 3rd law because there are many equal and opposite pairs in this picture, for example the tree is pushing on the ground and the ground is pushing upwards towards the tree, another one is the girl sitting on the swing and the swing pushing on her weight and the weight of her pushing up on the tree, and one more equal opposite pair is the tree holding the weight of the swing holding on and putting weight on the tree.
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