NEWTON'S FIRST LAW OF MOTION
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Newton's First Law of Motion states that an object stays at rest unless an outside force acts upon it. So if this boy stays still, he'll continue staying still.
But if he starts moving, he'll continue running until he stops.
Newton's second law of motion is Force equals mass times acceleration. So he'll need a greater force to push the panda at the same speed he if were to push a cat.
If he were to push this cat with the same amount of force he used with the panda, the cat would get moved faster as it has less mass.
Newton's Third Law of Motion states that every action has a reaction. So if this flying carpet had a thruster that was making it fly forward, there would be a reaction like the air resistance.
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