# Science Newtons Law Comic Strip

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• ﻿﻿﻿This picture represents Newton's First Law because Newton's First Law is an object in motion stays in motion unless acted upon by an outside force and the object in motion is still in motion by driving but then the outside force which is the brick wall is going to make the car stop because it's going to crash into it causing the car to not have any movement after.﻿
• This picture shows Newton's First Law because Newton's First Law states that every object in motion will stay in motion unless acted upon by an outside force. In the picture it is showing how the bicycle will stay in motion with the person riding it and since their is no outside force then the bicycle will keep staying in motion.
• ﻿This picture shows Newton's Second Law because Newton's Second Law is Force= Mass x Acceleration. In this image its showing that since the mass (which is the weight of the elephant) is really heavy there is going to need to be a lot of force for the person to lift the elephant.
• This picture shows Newton's Second Law because Newton's Second Law states that Force= Mass X Acceleration. In this image it shows how the mouse has a smaller mass than the elephant so, the force for the person to pick up the mouse isn't going to be as big as the elephant.
• This picture shows Newton's Third Law because Newton's Third Law states that every action has an equal and opposite reaction. In the image it is showing how ﻿the action is the rocket acting on the atmosphere with the flames and the reaction is the how the rocket moves because of the flames and the rocket starting. Also, it doesn't cause the rocket to be balances because they are acting on different objects causing the rocket ship to move and not be balanced.
• This picture shows Newton's Third Law because Newton's Third Law states that every action has an equal and opposite reaction. In the picture it is showing the action which is the person pushing their feet against the floor and pushing on the fridge and then the reaction is the fridge moving forward. Also, they aren't balanced and don't cancel each other out because they are acting on different objects; the action is the guy pushing against the floor and the reaction is that the fridge moves.
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