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Updated: 2/28/2020
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• Newton's First Law
• Is any object that's at rest will remain at rest, and an object in motion tends to stays in motion, within having the same speed and direction.
• Newton's First Law
• The acceleration of an object depends on the mass of the object and how much force its applied to it. (Force=Mass x Acceleration)F = M x A
• Newton's Second Law
• For every action there is always an equal opposite reaction
• Newton's Third Law
• Newton's Third Law
• The tennis is ball does not move but when you start to throw it up or hit it on the racket, that is an example of a force applied to the tennis for it to move.
• The more force that Helen kicks the ball the more faster and stronger the all will end up going for the goal
• Allie is riding a skateboard which means that when she goes forward her foot is pushing backwards. The action is the foot pushing backwards and the reaction is the skateboard going forward.