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Newton's 1st Law of Motion

Mrs. Ellsworth's Science Class
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Adam Harris

on 10 October 2013

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Transcript of Newton's 1st Law of Motion

Newton's 3rd Law of Motion
Newton's 1st Law of Motion
Newton's 2nd Law of Motion
Conclusion
Newton's Law of Motion Project
In racing newton's second law of motion is used frequently. The car is the mass, it's miles per hour is the acceleration, and if you times them together you get the force of the car.
By: Kimberly Maxies,
Christian Ruvalcaba, Adam Harris

We proved how all 3 three newton's law of motion involve racing or NASCAR .
In car racing, all of the racing cars are at rest near the starting line, but once the unbalanced force, or the engine, acts upon the car in rest it becomes an object in motion. When the car is in motion it will refuse to stop and want to stay in motion, so the driver uses an unbalanced force to act upon the car to stop it, this unbalanced force would be the brakes.
When a car's wheels make the car move forward then the opposite reaction is the air resistance on the car.
The weight on the car is reacted by the tires.
If a crash occurs then one of the cars is the action and the other is the reaction.
The car moves forward this the action, the reaction is the car pushing back on the track.
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