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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Issac Newton Teramy SaighmanChapter 12 2A Issac Newton was the founder of science. He was also one of the greatest scientists. His favorite book was Mysteries of Nature and Art. Newtons 1st Law Newtons first law is an object in motion stays in motion..unless acted upon by an outside force. Newtons 2nd Law Newtons 2nd law is for an object to accelerate a force has to be applied. Newtons 3rd Law For every actionthere is an equaland opposite reaction Universal Law of Gravity Anything in the universe attracts withthe force of gravity which is proportionate to their masses. Weight The amount of gravity an object has on it.The equation is W=mg Tides and Moon Phases A springtide occurs during a full moon and new moonwhen the gravitational pull between the sun and moon are combined. Neap tides occur during a quarter moon. It's also considered the weakest. The moon phases areNew moon, Full moon, 1st quarter, and 3rd quarter Projectile Motion A curved path that an object follows when, thrown,launched or projected. The horizontal componentof velocity of the objectis constant after the ballleaves your hand. Verticle component is when you throw an object and gravity pulls it down. Free-Fall Acceleration is the motion of your body whenonly the force of gravity isacting on the body. Momentum Momentum is quantityof motion of a moving body, measured as a product of itsmass and velocity. Impulse is the change of momentum in time. Elastic collision is whentwo things hit and bounceback. Inelastic collision is whentwo objects hit and staytogether. Conservation of Momentum is a law that states that the total linear momentumof a closed system remainsconstant through time. The equation of momentumis P=mv Science and Issac Newton!
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