NEWTON'S LAWS OF MOTION PROJECT

What are Newton's 3 Laws of Motion? Can they apply to life?

who is this Newton guy?

Sir Isaac Newton was and English philosopher. He had the idea of gravity when he watched an apple fall to the ground. While studying this he then thought gravity pulled objects and Human's to the center of the Earth. Newton then came up with laws that describe relationships between forces,matter, and motion ; Law #1, #2, and #3

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Newton's law number 1

This law states that an object that is at rest stays at rest until an act of unbalanced force affects. This law focuses on inertia which is when an object resists an act of motion until and unbalanced force is applied. A moving object will stay the same unless an unbalanced force comes and changes the speed of the object.

EXAMPLES OF LAW 1

Hitting a ball- http://www.vidlabapp.com/

. The ball was at rest until i gave an act of an unbalanced force; pushing it then caused it to roll and be unbalanced.

While dealing with domino's-http://www.vidlabapp.com/

; the domino's were all at rest until i knocked them over which was a result of an unbalanced force.

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NEWTONS LAW NUMBER 2

The second law of motion said that acceleration depends on the mass of an object and how much net force is applied. Acceleration happens when an object changes in direction or speed or maybe even both.

EXAMPLES FOR LAW 2

example one ball-http://www.vidlabapp.com/

example two-http://www.vidlabapp.com/

NEWTONS LAW NUMBER 3

States for every action (force) there is equal and opposite reaction (force).

EXAMPLES FOR LAW 3

Bouncing the ball;- http://www.vidlabapp.com/

the force I throw the ball down at the ground is the amount of force the ball bounces back up. Leaning against the wall;-http://www.vidlabapp.com/

the force of my body against the wall, the wall if forcing the same amount of force in order to hold me up.

BY ADRIANA EDWARDS OCTOBER 12, 2015