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Tom and Jerry Defy Physics

blergh physics and cats and mice...

Darek Vital-Jimenez

on 31 May 2013

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Transcript of Tom and Jerry Defy Physics

Tom And Jerry Defy Physics By: Darek vital Jimenez and Patrick Simmons Newton's Third Law:
When one body exerts a force on a second body, the second body simultaneously exerts a force equal in magnitude and opposite in direction to that of the first body. Conservation of Momentum:
For a collision occurring between object 1 and object 2 in an isolated system, the total momentum of the two objects before the collision is equal to the total momentum of the two objects after the collision. Net Force:
a force which is the result of two or more forces acting conjointly, or a motion which is the result of two or more motions combined. Newton's second law Impulse:
A force caused by a sudden motion of an object or substance. Video from Youtube Link:.youtube.com/watch?v=yLCOPFQAI68&safe=active (add the www at the beginning) -When Tom releases Jerry, Jerry stops way too fast. Newton's First Law Conservation of Energy:
energy may neither be created nor destroyed 2:56 1:31 1:47-1:50 1:59-2:00 2:02 3:22 3:54 -In this scene Jerry is riding his skateboard and suddenly picks himself up and gos up into the air. -The law of Conservation of energy is broken when Jerry creates upward momentum out of nowhere and the only way to do that is to create energy which is impossible. -If real Physics were here than Jerry would have stayed on the ground. -In this Scene Jerry fires some fish ribs at tom as he is laughing. Tom gets hit but doesn't react at all to the arrows hitting him. -Tom breaks newtons third law by not reacting at all to getting hit which means the the fish ribs had no force but still flew through the air at high a speed. -If the writers even cared about physics while writing Tom and Jerry tom would of at least moved a centimeter when the fish ribs punctured him. -In this scene Jerry Is again riding his physics defying skateboard at a high speed and goes up a bookshelf with gravity pulling him but doesn't lose any of his speed while going up. -Jerry defy conservation of momentum by not losing any of his momentum while he is going up at a 90 degrees angle with gravity pulling on him. -If William Hanna & Joseph Barbera (creators of Tom and Jerry) were in Mr. Depies' physics class Jerry would've gradually lost speed. -In this scene Jerry stops himself completely without applying any force. -Jerry Broke net force because the force the was propelling him suddenly disappeared with no opposing force. -If the laws of Physics were invited to this scene Jerry would keep moving when he jumped. -If this was real it would have taken Jerry longer to slow down. -The law was broken because Jerry stopped way to fast when Tom released him and by the law of Impulse this would have never happened. This law has to do with Inertia.
(An object in motion stays in motion) -When Jerry rolls onto and off Tom's head, Jerry slows down and picks up speed out of nowhere and zooms off of Tom's head. -This law was broken because Jerry should have slowed down and then gradually come to a stop on Tom's head but instead he zoomed off of Tom's head with extra speed from practically out of nowhere. -If this was real, Jerry wouldn't have zoomed all the way off Tom's head
but instead Jerry would have eventually come to a stop while still remaining on top off Tom's head. Newton's second law states that when force acts upon an object, it will then accelerate. (F=m*a) -When the truck starts moving, Tom didn't instantaneously
start to move until after five seconds or so. -This law was broken because Tom didn't instantly start moving
when the force (the truck) acted upon him and instead Tom started to move a longer period of time after the truck started to move. -If this was real, Tom would have reacted instantly when the truck started moving. Thanks For Watching
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