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Newton's 3 laws of motion
Transcript of Newton's 3 laws of motion
1st law of motion
A example of Newton's first law of motion is a pencil. This is a example of Newton's first law of motion because Newton's first law of motion is that something that isn't moving will continue not moving until a non-zero net force acts upon it. So if I just put my pencil on my desk or on a table the pencil will not move until something pushes or moves it. And it will keep going until a non-zero net force stops it.
2nd law of motion
A example of Newton's second law of motion is pushing a car vs pushing a truck when it stops working. This is a example of Newton's second law because the second law of motion is that the accelaration of a object depends on it's mass and the force. So if you push a car and a truck at the same force the car will accelarate faster than the truck because the car's mass is smaller than the truck's mass so the car will accelate faster than the truck.
3rd law of motion
A example of Newton's third law of motion is when you jump in the pool. This is a example of Newton's third law of motion because Newton's third law is that for every action there is a equal but opposite reaction. So when you jump into the pool you want to go down but Newton's third law pushes you up because of your action to jump down your opposite reaction is to come up from the water.