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Eli and Max

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Annette Holder

on 2 June 2010

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Transcript of Eli and Max

Newton's Laws of Motion
Newton's first law An object at rest will remain at rest, or an object in motion will remain in motion until an outside force acts on the object. The ball will remain sitting still until Max applies a force on it. Newton's Second Law of Motion An object will accelerate in the
direction of the force, and states
that the more force put on an
object will determine acceleration When less force
is applied, less
acceleration
results. When more
force is
applied, the
acceleration
is greater. Newton's Third Law: For every action, there
is an equal and opposite
reaction. When the kicker kicks
the ball, he applies
a force on the ball,
and the ball applies
a force back on the
kicker, hurting his
foot. When the ball
hits the goalie
in the face, the
ball applies a
force on the goalie,
pushing him back.
The goalie applies
a force on the ball,
causing it to go
the opposite
direction. the end A small
force is
about to be
applied to the
ball. The force is applied to the ball. The ball
accelerates
in the direction
of the kick. The ball doesn't travel far because the force applied was small. A large force
is about to be
applied The ball accelerates
in the direction
of the force. The ball goes further because of a greater force. The kicker kicks the ball The foot applies a force on the ball. The ball applied a force
back on his foot. The force caused his foot to hurt. The ball is headed toward the
goalie's face. The ball hit his face,
and caused him to go backwards. His face applied a force on the ball, and caused the ball to go the opposite direction. Soccer Star: Max Stunt Devil: Jacob Videoing: Eli Powerpoint: Max and Eli
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