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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Newtons 1st Law Biography Sir Isaac Newton Asya Harris Newton was a British scientist who became curious of gravity when an apple fell from a tree and bonked him on the head, motivating him to study gravity. which lead to his 3 laws. Newton's first law states that an object in motionwill stay in motion and anobject at rest will stay at rest which is what we call inertia.inertia is the tendency of an object at rest to remain atrest, or to be moving at a constant rate. double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. Newton's 2nd Law Newton's second law issimply F=ma which is forceis equal to mass x acceleration. Weight weight = mass x free-fallacceleration or w=mg U.L.G Gravitational forceincreases as mass increases. Gravitational force decreases as distance increases. Tides/Moon Phases Spring tide: Earth, Sun, and Moon are all aligned. Happens during fullmoon and new moon, when the gravitational pull of the Sun and Moonare combined. High tides, very high, low tides very low. Neap: during quarter moonsgravitational pull is perpendicular. Small differences between tides. Projectile Motion Horizontal component: motion that is perpendicular, or at a 90 degree angle, to the Earth's gravitational force. Vertical component: effect of gravity on an object.with no air resistance gravity on Earth pulls objectsdownwards with an acceleration of 9.8m/s squared. Free-fall acceleration: the motion of a body when only the force ofgravity is acting on the body. Newton's 3rd Law Force pair: when one object exerts aforce on a second object and the 2ndobject exerts a force equal in size and opposite in direction on the first object.
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