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Newton's Law Lesson One Newton's Third Law
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Coretta Pifer

on 12 April 2011

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NEWTON'S THIRD LAW for every action there is a equal and oppisition reaction What does that mean? It means that in every direction N E S W Forces act in pairs The size of the forces on the first object equals the size of the forces on the second object Then the direction of the force of the first object is opposite the direction of the force on the second object. Equal and Opposite action-reactive pairs This shown in Nature? Action Reaction Pairs Birds flying Force one Force two Reaction Bird's wings pushing against the air The air pushing against the wings in reaction The Bird Flies Humans walking Force one Force two Reaction Your foot pushing down against the ground The ground pushing back up against your foot We walk Newton's Third Law of Motion, 1996-2011, The Physics Classroom, Retrieved from http://www.physicsclassroom.com/class/newtlaws/u2l4a.cfm This Week's project You'll be split up into three groups each given a different experiment to show.

You'll need to video tape it and create a prezi to show the rest of the class

You'll take notes during each presentation and then turn for a grade.
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