# Newton's Laws of Motion

### Jamie Funk

Newton's Laws of Motion and Baseball

## About Isaac Newton

Isaac Newton, was born in 1642 and died in 1727, he was a famous mathematician and physicist. He discovered the three laws of motion and other things such as the binomial theorem and was one of the creators of calculus. Overall he was a very influential person.

## Newton's Second Law of Motion

Acceleration is produced when a force acts on a mass. The greater the mass (of the object being accelerated) the greater the amount of force needed (to accelerate the object).

## Greater Force This woman is pushing a shopping cart full of groceries so it takes much more force to push this cart rather than the next cart because it has more mass in it. | ## Less Force It doesn't take much force to push this cart due to there being no mass in the cart. | ## Some Mass It takes force to push this round box. The person would have to push more than the weight to start the acceleration of the box. And to keep it moving. |

## Greater Force

This woman is pushing a shopping cart full of groceries so it takes much more force to push this cart rather than the next cart because it has more mass in it.

## Newton's Third Law of Motion

when an object exerts a force on a second object, the second object exerts a force on the first object that is equal in strength and in the opposite direction

## Smaller Force Since the car has a smaller mass than the truck the car gets crushed where the truck doesn't get near as much damage. | ## Equal Forces These rams are pushing against each other with equal force and speed and mass causing them to stay in the same position. | ## Bigger Force Since the truck has a bigger mass it causes the smaller car to get more damage because the mass of the truck is bigger than the mass to the car. |

## Smaller Force

Since the car has a smaller mass than the truck the car gets crushed where the truck doesn't get near as much damage.

## Equal Forces

These rams are pushing against each other with equal force and speed and mass causing them to stay in the same position.