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Isaac Newtons laws of motion

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Jaci Howard

on 30 October 2014

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Transcript of Isaac Newtons laws of motion

Isaac Newtons Laws of Motion
Do you know about Isaac Newtons three laws of motion: the law of Inertia, the law of motion and acceleration, and finally the law of action and reaction these slides are all about the laws of motion.
the law of force and acceleration
the second law of motion states that an object force is equal to its mass times the acceleration of the object like if you wanted to figure out the force of a tennis ball you would see how much mass it has and then multiply that by how long it took
the law of action and reaction
the second law of motion states that for every action there is an opposite and equal reaction this law is why we have to where seat belts cause if we crash the car stops but then we fly out
those are Isaac Newtons three laws of motion we still use these laws today. his laws have changed this world. as you can see this guy i happy with these laws.
the law of inertia
The law of Inertia states that an object at motion will stay in motion and an object at rest will stay at rest unless acted upon by an unbalanced force. So kind of like if you throw an apple at a wall it keeps going until it hits the wall.
Isaac newtons laws of motion
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