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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Isaac Newton Isaac Newton was a scientist, philosopher, mathematician, astronomer,and a physicist. He discovered revolutionary things in both motion and math. Newton's first law of motion Motion Commotion Newton's first law states that an object at rest will stay at rest and an object in motion will stay in motion unless acted upon by an outside force.When an object stays at rest or in motion it has inertia, a resistance to change in its current state of motion. Object in motion will stay in motion. Object at rest will stay at rest. Newton's second law of motion Newton's second law states that in order to determine the net force of an object we have to follow an equation. The equation is Net force = Mass times acceleration. Most commonly veiwed as F=ma. The net force is expressed in newtons, the massin kilograms, and the acceleration in m/s²or meters per second squared. Newton's third law of motion Newton's third law states that for every actionthere is an equal and opposite reaction. Every force has a pair. Weight To find weight you need to take the mass of the object times the gravitational acceleration to get the weight.Or W = mg Universal Law of Gravity The universal law of gravity gives the size of the gravitational force between 2 objects. to find this out you need the masses of the 2 objects,the distance between the 2 objects, and the gravitational constant. The moon phases and their tides The moon has 8 phases each affecting the tides the full and new moon both bringspring tides, meanwhile the 1st and 3rd quarter moons bring neap tides. The spring tides are when the high tides are at their lowest and the low tides are at their highest.The moon causes a low and high tide everyday because it is tryingto pull the earth to itself but can only pull the water. Projectile motion Projectile motion is the curved path that an object follows when it is thrown, launched, or otherwise projected near the surface of the earth. Projectile motion is made of a horizontaland vertical component. The horizontal component states thatafter throwing an object no horizontal forces are acting on the object so the horizontal component is consistent. The vertical component states that gravitypulls the object downwards and gives it vertical motion. In the absence of air resistance gravity pulls it down with an acceleration of 9.8 m/s². Momentum Momentum is mass in motion and is represented by a lowercase p. The formula for it is p=mv or momentum equals mass times velocity.The conservation of momentumstates that all momentum is conserved as well that momentum is constant and conserved. An impulse is a change of momentum using the equation of force times time.There are 2 types of collisions elastic and inelastic. Elastic is when things bounce off of each other that transfers momentum. The inelastic is when 2 things stick together.
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