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Isaac Newton & his three laws of motion

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Marco Aguilar

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Isaac Newton & his three laws of motion Newton's
Three Laws Of Motion Citation MARCO AGUILAR Presenter
18 years old
Favorite color is blue
Long walks on the beach Presentation: Isaac Newton Biography,Early work,why is he so awesome??
Three laws of motion Sir Isaac Newton Early Life and Work Basic Info Birth Date: January 4,1643 Place of Birth: Woolsthorpe, LincolnShire (Located in the United Kingdom) Occupation: Philosopher,Mathematician,Astronomer,and Physicist Education: Cambridge University and Trinity College Date of Death:March 31,1727 Accomplishments Published the Principia Invented his own reflecting telescope to prove his ideas on light and color Three Laws of motion Discovered Gravity
How the moon creates tides Helped create Calculus Early Life Father died three months before he was born
Mom left him with his grandmother after she remarried
Had a nervous breakdown at some point of his life Newton's First Law "An object with no force acting on it moves with a constant velocity" Velocity is the general speed of something and is measured in meters per second. Newton's first law also says that "an object with no net force acting on it remains at rest of moves with a constant velocity in a straight line" Net Force is the sum of all forces Newton's Second Law States "The acceleration of a body is directly proportional to the net force on it and inversely proportional" Equation: F=ma The Force of an object is equal to it's mass time it's acceleration Newton110.Digital Image. Crystallinks.com. N.p, n.d. Web. The More You Know.Digital Image. Technobuffalo.com. N.p, n.d. Web. Sir Isaac Newton.Digital Image. Static.fjcdn.com. N.p, n.d. Web. Objective Students will learn about Isaac Newton's life
They will learn about some of Newton's accomplishments
They will also remember the three laws of motion Force is defined as a push or pull and is measured in Newtons
Mass is the amount of matter in a object and can be measured in Kilograms
Acceleration is the increased speed of something and is measured in meters per second squared Newton's Third Law Digital Image. Tumblr.com. N.p., n.d. Web. States "when one object exerts a force on a second object, the second exerts a force on the first that is equal in magnitude but opposite in direction"
These forces are called "Action-Reaction" forces
They are the same in size but are in the opposite direction BBC News. BBC, n.d. Web.03 June 2013. Christianson, Gale E. "Chapter 7." Isaac Newton and the Scientific Revolution. New York: Oxford UP, 1996. N. pag. Print. "Isaac Newton Biography." Bio.com. A&E Networks Television, n.d. Web. 03 June 2013. Zitzewitz, Paul W. ,Robert F. Neff, and Mark Davids. Merrill Physics:Principles and Problems. New York, NY: Glencoe,1994.Print.
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