Hockey Laws of Motion Cont.
Updated: 4/21/2020
Hockey Laws of Motion Cont.
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2nd part for laws of motion assignment

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  • So, this puck weighs 6 ounces. If I swing my stick 70 mph, then the puck will go a lot faster and further than if I swung my stick 20 mph. If the weight of the puck was 20 ounces, then it would go a slower speed and shorter distance.
  • We're on to the third and final law. This law is the law of action/reaction. This law says that when there is an action, there will be an opposite and equal reaction.
  • See here, if I hit the puck into Tim's skate, the action force is the puck pushing Tim's skate backwards and the opposite and equal reaction is Tim's skate pushing the puck outwards.
  • OWWW!
  • So there you have it. The 3 laws of motion and how they are used in hockey. I hope you enjoyed this representation!
  • The 3 laws of motion summarized:Law of Inertia: An object that is moving will stay moving until another force stops it. An object that is not moving will not move until it is acted upon by a force.Law of force and acceleration: An object's acceleration is dependent upon to things. The mass of the object being accelerated and the strength of the force that makes the object accelerate.Law of action/reaction: When there is an action force, there will be an equal force and opposite direction reaction.
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