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Newton's First Law Unless acted upon on, an object in motion stays in motion; an object at rest stays at rest.
Newton's Second Law an object will accelerate in the direction of a force acting on it.
Newton's Third Law for every action there is an equal opposite reaction.
The baseball will stay at rest until the bat hits the ball, putting the ball in motion.
You apply the same force to push both a car and a bike foward. The bike will have more acceleration than the car, because the bike has less mass.
If the girl jumps on the diving board it will spring and force her up in the air and into the water.
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