Newton's Laws of Motion
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NEWTON'S LAWS OF MOTION
Newton's 1st Law states an object in motion will stay in motion until acted upon by an unbalanced force.The ball will fall until gravity completely slows it down.
The ball came to a complete rest because the force of gravity and Air Resistance are equal.
This basketball has a large mass so it will fall through the air at quick pace
The basketball is already on the ground because its mass allowed it to accelerate more quickly as it fell due to more force being acted upon it
The ball has completely stopped because the force of gravity and the force of its motion are now equal
The basketball player pressed on the trampoline with 20N and the trampoline pushed right back with an equal 20N causing her to bounce higher
The basketball player will press against the trampoline with a greater force than before and will bounce higher the trampoline will remain stationary because the girl still has less mass
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