Newton's Three laws

By: Alyssia Aguilar-Franco

First Law

An object will stay still, until an outside force interacts with the object to make it move. The object will stay moving until stopped by another outside force

Second Law

The object will have more acceleration if it has less mass, or more force. The acceleration will decrease if it has more mass, or less force.

Third Law

There are two object, both of the object release equal amount of force, but in the opposite direction. Or a reaction pair.