In this cell, the bikes are at rest and until they are acted upon by the characters or any force of nature they will remain at rest.
Wanna Race? I bet I'll win.
I don't know about that one chief.
This cell shows the bikes speeds are accelerating despite the friction of the tires and road under them.
4 miles per hours, I'm catching up!
11 miles per hour, try me!
This cell displays the character with the top hats bikes speed in accelerating faster than the girl characters is.
Hey, slow down your going too fast! Like who hurt you?
Whatever, she's just trying to slow me down.......25 miles per hour!
In this cell the boy realizes he is going to crash into the stop sign, but the bike has gathered so much interia is stays in motion despite the boys effort to stop it.
WATCH OUT FOR THE STOP SIGN!!!
In this cell, the bike is stopped by the force of the stop sign and the boy's inertia keeps him in motion causing him to be ahead of the bike when he falls. He falls because of the force of gravity pulling him down. All the objects are at rest now as they are not being acted upon.
I need new friends...
I told you to stop going so fast,*sigh* lets go.
An object at rest will stay at rest unless acted upon and a object in motion will stay in motion unless acted upon.
Newton's First Law of Motion By Zara Tariq Hydrogen