Newtons Laws

Newtons Laws

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  • The First law states, objects in motion stay in motion, objects at rest, stay at rest unless acted on by an outside force.
  • The Second law states, the acceleration of an object depends on the mass of the object and the amount of force applied to it.
  • F=MA
  • Law 3 states, whenever an object exerts a force on a second object, the second object exerts an equal force (in strength) and opposite (in direction) force on the first.
  • Newtons First Law
  • Newtons Second Law
  • Newtons Third Law
  • The football is in motion because the football player kicked it, and the football will stay in motion unless something like another player or goal post gets in its way . Objects that are in motion stay in motion like this football.
  • The woman has to push the vehicle with a certain amount of force since the mass of the car is heavy even though the car is not accelerating.
  • When a basketball player runs on the court he puts force on the ground. The floor has to much mass for the player to move so therefore causing him to propel forward.
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