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Stopping Distances

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Paul Sheffield

on 6 March 2018

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Transcript of Stopping Distances

Stopping Distances
reaction time
resultant forces

How does using a phone affect reaction time?
draw the table
carry out the investigation
draw a graph
Newtons Laws of Motion
Balanced forces
unbalanced forces
equal and opposite
Stopping Distances
which two factors make up stopping distance?
what mistake do people make when explaining these?
which factors affect each?
which factor affects both?
First Law.
If the forces on an object are balanced then it will carry on as it is.

Second Law.
If the forces on an object are unbalanced then
the resultant force will cause the motion of the object to change.
The bigger the force, the bigger the change in motion.

Third Law.
When two objects push or pull against each other,
the forces that they feel are equal and opposite.
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