Newton's Laws
Updated: 2/3/2020
Newton's Laws
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  • Can you help me with my science homework? We're learning about Newton's Laws of Motion
  • Newton's second law of motion states that an object's acceleration depends on the net force and mass of an object.
  • Of course I will. Newton's Laws of Motion are one of my favorite topics in science class.
  • For example, if you move a box with a ball in it, and stop the box abruptly, the ball will keep moving because an unbalanced force hasn't acted on it yet.
  • Newton's first law states that objects in motion will stay in motion and objects at rest will stay at rest unless an unbalanced force acts on it.
  • Yeah, I'm starting to understand everything.
  • Do you understand what I'm talking about.
  • For example, it would be a lot harder to push the ambulance than the grocery cart because the ambulance has more mass.
  • For example, when you're walking forward, you exert a force backward on the floor. The floor exerts a force forward on you, which causes you to move forward.
  • Newton's third law of motion states that for every action, there's an opposite and equal reaction.
  • Thanks for helping me understand Newton's Laws of Motion.
  • I'm glad I could help.
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