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  • Law One: Law of Inertia  Objects will remain in an unvarying position unless changed by an outside force. 
  • GRAVITY
  • GRAVITY
  • GRAVITY
  • The rocket will stay in the same position because gravity is pulling it down. The rocket will move when fuel is burned, then it will be pushed into the air.  
  • Law Two: Law of Action The amount of strength applied to an object, and the mass of the object, will impact the speed of the object. 
  • Thrust
  • GRAVITY
  • Thrust
  • GRAVITY
  • Thrust
  • GRAVITY
  • GRAVITY
  • Thrust
  • The more mass an object has, the more force is needed to move it. The bigger rocket has more force, so it needs more thrust. The smaller rocket has less mass, so it needs less thrust. 
  • Law Three: Law of Reaction Every action will result in an equal and opposite reaction
  • Thrust
  • Thrust
  • The rocket burns fuel, the fuel pushes the rocket in the opposite direction that the fuel is going.  There is also no gravity in space. 
  • Created By: Mila Yosiff Reyes 
  • Source One: Anonymous. “Newton's Laws of Motion.” How ThingsFly, howthingsfly.si.edu/flight- dynamics/newton%E2%80%99s-laws-motion.
  • Source Two: Anonymous. “How Does a Rocket Relate to Newton's Three Laws of Motion?” How Things Fly, Smithsonian , 22 Jan. 2013, howthingsfly.si.edu/ask-an-                              explainer/how-does-rocket-relate-newtons-three-laws-motion.
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