Newton's Laws Of Motion

By Trey Carter And Riley Smith

Newton's First Law Of Motion

Newton's First Law Of Motion is the state of an object that is at rest unless acted upon by an unbalance force. At the source of this law is the concept of inertia because of inertia an object will rest stay at rest unless a unbalanced force is applied. Meaning that a moving object will stay in motion with the same velocity or speed in a direction until a unbalance force changes its speed and direction.

Newton's Second Law Of Motion

Newton's Second Law Of Motion is when an objects acceleration ,depends on the mass of an object and the net force applied .Acceleration occurs in the first and second law when an object changes it velocity,direction or both .

Newton's Third Law Of Motion

Newton's Third Law Of Motion states that when an object hits another object the the second object will apply a equal or opposite force on the first object. Meaning that the force exerted by the first object is the action force and the second objects equal or opposite force is the reaction force.