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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Born in 1642, Isaac Newton was an English physicist and mathematician in the early 17th Century. He is credited with the discovery of gravity, the spectrum of light, and the invention of calculus. Newton is oftenconsidered "The Father of Modern Science", for his colossal contributions to the world of science today. High and low tides move up and down through time. Neaptides occur during quarter moons and they are weaker. Spring tides occur during full and new moons and are stronger. Tide Levels To calculate an object's weight on a givensurface, multiply the object's mass and its acceleration due to gravity. Sir Isaac Newton Momentum: p=mv(kg*m/s) An impulse is a change in momentum of an objectequal to the force applied multiplied by the time over which it is applied. In an elastic collison, an object bounces,while in an inelastic collison, two objects hit and sticktogether. Momentum is always conserved (Law ofConservation of Momentum). In The 12th Chapter of Science My Teacher Gave To Me... To calculate an object's momentum, multiply the object's mass by its velocity. 0.0 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 January February March April May June July The Moon Phases Newton's First Law An object in motion stays in motion unless acted on by anoutside force (inertia in action). F = MA Newton's Second Law Newton's Third Law For every action, thereis an equal and oppositereaction. All forces comein pairs known as "action-reaction" force pairs. Universal Law of Gravitation To calculate an object's gravitationalpull (force of gravity), multiply the constant G by the first and second object's mass. Divide this value bythe squared value of the distance between the centers of the two masses. Garrett Greenfield Block 4B Projectilie Motion Projectile motion of a baseball Projectile motion has two components- verticaland horizontal. These two components combineto give an object a curved path (like the baseball on the left). Free fall acceleration is the acceleration of an object falling freely. On Earth's surface, this isequal to 9.8 m/s
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