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Transcript of Newton's Lab
Ismael Rodriguez- 8th
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Newton's Third Law
For every reaction there is an equal and opposite re-action.
Newton discovered the three laws of motion in 1686 when he saw an apple fall from a tree. This made gave him the curiosity to wonder why it fell, and what determined its speed.
Newton's First Law
1. Newton's First Law (The Law of Inertia)
States that an object at rest will remain at rest unless enacted by an unbalanced force and a moving object will remain in motion unless enacted by an unbalanced force
Newton's Second Law
Newton's Second Law-
Acceleration happens when a force acts on a mass. The greater the mass, the greater the force is needed to accelerate it.
A person is running with a bag of chocolate and trips he lets go of the chocolate and the bag goes flying in the same direction the person was.
A kid tries to push a linebacker but he is unable to because he does not have the sufficient force.
I punch a teddy bear and the teddy bear goes flying in the direction of the punch.