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Nicole and Jake

Newton's Law of Motion
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Annette Holder

on 26 April 2010

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Newton's Third Law Newton's First Law Newton's Second Law An object at rest will stay at
rest until acted upon by an
outside force. An object will accelerate
in the direction the force is applied. For every action force there
is an equal and opposite
reaction.
When you hold the ball
in your hand lining it up
to shoot, you use the
first law of motion. When you shoot the
ball, you apply a force
towards the goal with
your hand. The ball
accelerates in the direction
your hand pushes it. When the ball hits the
backboard, it changes
its direction and goes
into the goal. Newton's Laws of Motion By: Nicole and Jake Newton's Laws of Motion By: Nicole and Jake
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