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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 1643 - 1727 Sir Isaac Newton By Aubri Ray Newton's 1st Law The law of Inertia An object in motion will stayin motion, unless put to rest by an equal or greater force. An object at rest will stay at rest, unless put into motion by an equal or greaterforce. Newton's 2nd law F=ma force = mass x acceleration The acceleration of an objectas produces by a net force isdirectly proportional to themagnitude of the net force,in the same direction as the net force, and inversely proportional to the mass of the object. Newton's 3rd Law For every action (force), there is an equal and opposite reaction (force) F = -F 1 2 Forces always come in pairs- known as "Action-reaction Force pairs" Weight Gravity W = mg Weight of object = mass of object x acceleration of gravity Uiversal Law of Gravity Newton's Law of Universal Gravitationgives the size of the gravitational force between two objects. All matter is affected by gravity Two objects, whether small or large, always have a gravitational force between them. Projectile Motion Projectile motion has two components-horizontal and vertical. When the two motionsare combined, they form a curved path. Horizontal component- After you throw a ball, nohorizontal forces are actingon it. So the horizontal component of velocity of theball is is constant after the ball leaves your hand. Vertical component-When you throw a ball, gravity pulls it down ward, giving it a vertical componeent. Sir Isaac Newton was a scientist, known for discovering the three laws of gravity and motion. He studied gravity and physics, aswell as many other things. Newton's studies are very important in sciencetoday, In the absence of air resistance, all objects fallingnear Earth's surface accelerateat the same rate, regardless ofthier mass, Momentum Tides/ Moon Phases Impulse- The change of momentum of a body or physical systemover time. Force x change in time Elastic Collision- When two objects hit andbounce back. Inelastic Collision- When to objects hit and dont bounce back Conservation of Momentum- The total linear momentum of a closed system remains constantthrough time, regardless of otherchanges throughout the system. P = mv Momentum = mass x velocity Spring tide- Neap tide- Occurs when the difference between high tides and low tides are highest. Often twice a month (full moons) Occur when the sun and moon are at a right angle. Which Weighs More, a Newton of Feathers, or a Newton of Bricks?
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