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# Sir Issac Newton

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Sir Issac Newton
Force
Gravity
Gravity is what keep our feet to the ground. Gravity's affect on motion is if i shoot a cannon ball it will fall down if i shoot it at an angle and with a lot of force it will orbit around the atmosphere. Gravities role is what make our planets orbir around the sun. No Matter how heavy you are gravity pushes the same amount of weight down.
Newtons First Law
Newtons first law states-
An object in motion stays in motion an object at rest stays at rest.
Biography
Sir Issac Newton was born on 1642 and died on 1727.
Biography
He Got out of Cambridge University
Because there was a plauge Going on so he left and got his masters degree somewhere ells.
If you drop a heavy ball and a ping
Pong Ball they will fall at the same time and touch the floor at the same time.
Russell Karimee
February 2, 2015
Period: F-19

SIR ISSAC NEWTON
He Was interested in math when he bought a book on physics.
He Created astronomy Himself. He went to Cambridge university and he got his bachelors degree.
Force is when an object will Remain in
a state of inertia unless acted upon by a force. For every action there is an equal
or opposite reaction accseleration is applied by force
Force is measured by F=ma Which is Force= Mass x Acceleration
Gravity Test
Example:

If a soccer ball is on the ground it stays on the ground not moving. If Someone kicks the ball it says moving until another player touches or kicks the ball.
Inertia:

A Property of Matter By Which it continues in its existing state of rest in motion in a straight line, unless that state is changed by an external force.
More Of First law
Inertia and mass are similar because They both are in motion and gravity
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Newton was very interested in light and color. A sunny day newton covered his window only leaving 1 beam of sunlight then added a glass prisum. under the beam of light and it created a color spectrum. He placed another prisum on the color spectrum and it created white light, so he tought all the colors combined is white light.
White light isall the colors combined
The Prisum experiment newton did was by far my favorite one.
For Every action there is an equal and opposite reaction
Newtons third law
When i push 100 newtons into a brick wall, it will push 100 newtons back at me
Example: When i lit a ball on the ground with 100 newtons of force the ground will hit the ball with 100 newtons of force. that makes the ball bounce back at me
The acceleration of an object as produced by a net force is directly proportional to the magnitude of the net force
Newtons second law
This is calculated by:
F=ma
Force= Mass times accseleration
ACTION
RE-ACTION
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