Part 5: What’s in the funny papers?
Updated: 11/18/2020
Part 5: What’s in the funny papers?

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  • Where are we?
  • I have done it, I proved all three laws
  • Oh, we know who you are, we learned about you at school
  • Who are you?
  • My name is Sir Issac Newton and this is my lab I have just completed solving my 3 laws of motion
  • You must be from the future, anyways if you have truly learned about me then what is my first law of motion
  • That law is normally used to portray inertia which is an objects tendency to resist any change in motion like how you body keeps moves when you come to a quick stop in a car
  • Your first law states an object at rest remains at rest and an object in motion remains in motion unless acted upon by an outside force.
  • That is correct but do you know the second law, and what is a car?
  • The second law is that a net force on an object causes an acceleration that is directly proportional to the net force and inversely proportional to the mass of the object.
  • That law explains the relationship between mass, force, and acceleration
  • The equation is Force = Mass X Acceleration
  • That may be correct but to you know the equation for mass, force, and acceleration.
  • Wow that is correct but whats the third law
  • The third law is that a net force on an object causes an acceleration that is directly proportional to the net force and inversely proportional to the mass of the object.
  • No we didn't
  • But did you know the law explains action which is the force acting in one direction and reaction forces which act in the opposite direction and equilibrium which keeps objects balanced.
  • Well now you know, you kids are smart. it is interesting that you learn about me in your studies but you two should probably get home
  • Goodbye
  • Farewell