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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Isaac NewtonIsacc Newton was born on January 4th, 1643.He was an English physicist and mathematicianwho was one of the most greatest scientists of all time. He discovered things in optics, motion,and mathematics and developed the principalsof modern pysics. Newtons 1st Law:An object at rest stays at restunless acted on by an outside force. Newtons 2nd Law:The acceleration of and object asproportional to the magnitude of thenet force, in the same direction asthe net force, and inverselyproportional to the mass of the object.f=ma Weight:A bodys relative mass orthe quantityof matter containedby it.w=mg Universal Law of Gravity:any 2 bodies in the universe attract each otherwith a force that is directly proportionalto the product of their masses and inverselyproportional to the square of the distance between them. Neap Tide:a tide after the first and third moonquarters when there is the least differencebetween high and low water.Spring Tide:a tide after a full or new moon whenthere is the biggestdifference between high and low water. Projectile Motion:when an aobject is thrown near the groundand it moves along a curved path under thethe action of gravity only. Newtons 3rd Law:For every action (force) there is anequal and opposite reaction (force)*Forces always come in pairsknown as "action-reaction force pairs" Momentum: the quantity of motion of a moving body, measured as a productof its mass and velocity. Inertia:the tendancy of objects to keepmoving in a straight line of constantvelocity.*more mass= more inertia Mass:a body of matter with nodefinite shape. Distance:an amount of space betweentwo things or people. Veticle Projectile Motion:gravity is the downward force upona projectile that influences its verticalmotion. Horizontal Projectile Motion:An object that is thrown upwardat an angle is horizontal motion. Free Fall Acceleration:acceleration due to gravity. Impulse:the change of momentum of a body orphysical system over a time intervalin classical mechanics, equal to the force applied times the length of the timeinterval over which it is applied.Impulse= force times time Elastic Collision:when things hit eachother andbounce back. Inelastic Collision:when two things hit each otherand stick. Conservation of Momentum:where momentum in conservedand transfered. p=mv
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