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Newton's 3 Laws of Motions in Everyday Life

A prezi showing how the laws work and where they are.

Elizabeth Dolbeck

on 28 January 2013

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Transcript of Newton's 3 Laws of Motions in Everyday Life

By Elizabeth Dolbeck
(Newell period 2) Before I start, I must add that
Sir Isaac Newton published the
3 Laws of Motion in 1687. It is
said he discovered them while
sitting underneath an apple
tree when an apple fell upon
his head. Now let's begin. Newton's First Law of Motion:
An object in motion will stay in
motion, and an object at rest will
stay at rest, unless acted upon
by an unbalanced force Here are some examples: Example 1: The batter is at rest, however,
when the unbalanced force,
the spoon, acts
upon it, it is in motion. Example 2: The cupcakes in the pan are at rest
in the oven until the
unbalanced force, Melina's hands, act upon it. Newton's Newton's Second Law of Motion states that:
*Force = Mass x Acceleration
*An object accelerates in the direction in
which the unbalanced force acts upon it
*Acceleration increases with increased force,
and decreases with increased mass. Newton's Three Laws of motion
in everyday life. Newton's Three Laws of Motion
in everyday life. Examples are: The coaster part with the people
inside of it accelerates in the
direction the unbalanced force,
the chains and gears, moves it in.
It moves upwards, then downwards
because the machinery pushes it. The Oreo accelerates in the direction
the unbalanced force, my hand,
acts upon it. Newton's Third Law of Motion states
that for every action force there is
an equal and opposite reaction force. One example is: The action is Amanda squeezing
the bottle of icing, the reaction
is the icing coming out of
the tube. In the Animoto, the action is the
ride moving, the reaction is the
water splashing up near the end. How I planned my project: The websites I used are:
Youtube All of the videos and pictures
are taken by me. The videos
somehow uploaded sideways. Thanks for watching! Another example is:
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