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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Pamela MunozPeriod 1 Force is a push or a pull on an object. A balanced force is when an object is not moving and the forces are equal. An unbalanced is when they are not equal and the object is moving Motion and Forces Infographic Drag is the force that slows objects down. An example of Newton's first Law would be a soccer ball on the grass. The ball is at rest and stays at rest. Newton's third law is for every action there is an opposite and equal reaction. Newton's First law is an object at rest stays at rest and an object in motion stays in motion. A real life example of his third law would be a ball hitting the floor.That is the action. The equal and opposite reaction is the ball bouning back up. To make the straw rocket go further I would probably put less clay so it has less weight. I would also add more fins for less drag. The weight of the clay can make the rocket sink down. The more clay added the more weight which means more force needed. The fins on the rocket make less drag which makes it go further. They cut through the air and go further. The length of the straw can increase or decrease the distance. It is dependant on the other variables such as fins and clay. But the less straw the less mass. The motion of an object depends on its mass.The more mass the more force needed.If that force is not given the object will stop moving The forces acting on an object can either be equal and unequal. If they are equal the object will not move but if unequal the object will move. A spring scale measures the weight of an object while it is being weighed. Like said earlier the mass of an object effects the forces needed to move it because more mass needs more force. DRAG OBJECT AT REST EQUAL REACTION PUSH OR PULL SPRING SCALE
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