Newton's 3 Laws Project
Created by Corben McCoy
Newton's First Law
My Definition - An object will stay still, an object put into motion by an unbalanced force will stay in motion until stopped by another unbalanced force.
Interia - The ability for an object to resist change
Newton's first law real life example
Newton's first law Real example part 2
Newton's Second Law
Newton's Second law Definition
My definition - The law of acceleration and force.
Newton's Second law Example
The formula of force is F=ma. The 5 ways an object can accelerate is by velocity - Speed up, slow down, or change direction. Acceleration can be showed/visualized by an arrow.
Which is harder; Pushing an empty shopping cart or a full shopping cart? If you guessed the empty one, you are correct. Since the empty shopping cart has less mass than the full shopping cart, it will be able to accelerate faster, while more force needs to be applied to the full shopping cart to match the empty one's speed/acceleration.
Newton's Third Law
Newton's Third Law Definition
My definition - When you throw a ball at the wall, the wall will throw it back at your speed.