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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Chapter 12Colton James Isaac Newton Newton's 1st Law Newton's 2nd Law Weight Universal LawofGravity Tides/Moon Phases Projectile Motion Newton's 3rd Law Momentum Born in 1642 and considered one of the most influential scientists, mathematicians, and astronomers to have ever lived, Isaac Newton made numerous contributions to our understanding of math, astronomy, and our world in general. He discovered color, calculus, and several laws of physics that make the world spin. An object in motion tends to stayin motion, unless acted upon byan unbalanced force, and an objectat rest tends to stay at rest. For every action there is an equal andopposite reaction, meaning that for every force that is ever applied,there is always an opposite force to oppose the force being applied.For example, gravity pulling anairplane down, while lift from itswings pull it up. Any two bodies in the universe attract to each other with a force that is proportional with their masses. For example, Earth orbits the Sun. This force is calledgravity. The curved path an object followswhen it is subjected to the gravity of Earth. The object also experiencesdownward acceleration. The quantity of motion of a moving body measured as a product of its mass and velocity. P= mvP- momentumm- massv- velocity Measured in kg(m/s) Tides are the result of the Moon pulling on Earth due to the Universal Law of Gravity. Since water is the only thingthat the Moon's gravity can pull,the water on Earth's surface is literally pulled upwards by theMoon's gravity, which creates tides. The tides have high andlow points that differ in rangeduring each phase of the moon.When the tides are furthest apart,that is called the Spring tide. And when they are closest together,that is the Neap tide. F=G*m1*m2/d^2Weight is the measurement ofthe amount of gravitypulling on an object'smass. Equation's Variables:F- gravitational forceG- universal constantm1 m2- mass of particlesD- distance between particles F=maForce equals Mass times Accelerationis an equation the describes the change in acceleration over timefor objects of different mass. Momentum
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