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Newton's 3 Laws of Motion
Transcript of Newton's 3 Laws of Motion
By: Emmy Shore
Newton's third law is for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.
Ex. If you jump off a raft it will fly behind you and you will go forward.
Newton's second law is acceleration equals force divided by mass.
Ex. You can not push a train because it is too heavy and you can't apply enough force.
Newton's first law is that at object at rest will stay at rest, and an object in motion will stay in motion unless a force acts apon it.
Ex. A car will keep going until it's breaks stop it.
*Force: Any push or pull on an object
*Acceleration: An objects movement
*Mass: an objects weight
Inertia: The tendancy of an object in motion to stay in motion and an object at rest to stay at rest unless a force acts apon it.