Newton's Laws of Motion (1st, 2nd, and 3rd)
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Today's special is the "Pollo Loco".
I will be your waiter for this evening...
YOU PUSHED THE DISH OVER, AND IT'S A LIVE CHICKEN!
Jerry the chicken, are you alright?
In this restaurant the chef introduces a mystery dish
The mystery dish happens to be a live chicken that falls to the ground giving a "live" example of Newtons 1st Law of Motion (an object in motion will stay in motion unless acted upon by another force).
In this scene two cars with different masses are traveling along a road, both at constant speeds
According to Newton's 2nd law, force x mass = acceleration, and because both have different masses with the same force applied the car with lesser mass moves faster
In this scene a ball is about to make contact with a much smaller ball
Due to Newton's 3rd law, every action always will have an equal and opposite reaction. Both balls make contact, and as the larger ball pushes the smaller one, the smaller one pushes back on the larger ball. The smaller ball moves farther because it has less mass.
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