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6 Examples of Newtons Laws in Daily Life

Examples of Newtons Laws
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John Doe

on 9 November 2012

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Transcript of 6 Examples of Newtons Laws in Daily Life

In this Presentation we will be going over Newtons 3 Laws and their applications in Life. 6 Examples of Newtons Laws in Daily Life Newtons First Law Isaac Newton An object maintains a constant velocity unless acted upon by another force. In this video, a truck collides with another truck and the truck stops, but the driver keeps going The rock in this video wont move unless someone moves it. Newtons Second Law Acceleration increases with force and decreases with mass. Two objects of different weights are thrown off of a roof, you may assume that the heavier object will hit the ground first, but according to Newtons Second Law, the heavier objects acceleration decreases because it has more mass. The truth is, both objects will hit the ground at the same time. Another example of Newtons 2nd Law is that it is easier to push an empty shopping cart than a full one. If pushed with the same amount of force, the empty one will go farther while the full one will be harder to stop. Newtons Third Law For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. When a rocket blasts off, the thrust
produced pushes against the ground, forcing the rocket up When walking, you are actually pushing on the earth and the earth pushes back, causing you to move.
The same applies to cars, bicycles, and boats.
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