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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Isaac Newton and The Laws of Motion. By Aaron Sanders Newton's 3rd Law is one of the most famous, forevery action there is an equal and opposite reaction.This means that there is a force pair for every actionthere are two forces pushing on each other with equalforce in two different directions. This allows different objects to move. 2ND LAW 1ST LAW 3rd Law Isaac Newton: Objects in Motion. Isaac Newton was born on Christmas day, 1642. His mother sent him to boarding school wherehe became the top student. He was later accepted into Trinity College of Cambridge, where he first formulated his theories of calculus and gravity. He published a book, the Naturalis Principia Mathematica,a book of calculus, gravity, and the mathematicaluniverse. He also formulated his laws of gravity, and helped advance mechanics. He died in March 1726. Newton's Second Law says that the rateof acceleration is proportional to the force, and inversely proportional to the massof the object. This means that the more massan object has than the more force required to accelerate it. Acceleration is calculableby the formula A= Change in Distance/Change in Time. ISACC NEWTON. Newton invented the firsttelescope. Newton's First law says that anobject in motion will stay inmotion unless acted upon by anoutside force, while an object at rest will remain at rest unless acted upon by an outside force. it is calculated using the formula F=m*a. Sir Isaac Newton Everybody! There are many theories in physics. Here are a few: Universal Law of Gravitation Projectile Motion This law was created by Sir IsaacNewton. It is commonly used todescribe how gravity attracts other objects to each other. Manyscientist use it to calculate the rate at which planets and other satellites move towards each other. The gravitational pull on any two objects can be calculatedby this law. The formula for this law is: Projectile motion is the motion ofan object when it is thrown or launched. The object will always follow a curved path due to thehorizontal and vertical components acting on the object.The horizontal component that pushes the object forward. Thevertical component is gravity,or the force pulling the object downwards. These componentscombine to form a curved path like that seen below. Tides and the Moon Weight A tide is the difference in sea level atdifferent times of the day.These height changes are controlled by the position of the moon in its cycle.Spring tides have the highest high tidesand the lowest low tides. These happen when the moon is going through it's newmoon phase or it's full moon phase. Neaptides have the lowest change betweenhigh tides and low tides. These occur during the 1st and 3rd quarter moons. Weight is the force that gravity exertsupon you. This means your weight can fluctuate depending on what planet you are on. Weight is able to be calculated. the formula for weight is W=M*G when G is the accelerationdue to gravity. Momentum Momentum is an important part of physics. It is explained by Newton's first law,an object in motion will stay in motion unless acted upon by an outside force. Momentum is calculable with the equation p=m*v. When two objects hit and stick together, it is called a inelastic collision. This occurs when an object's momentum isovercome by another objects mass or force. An elastic collision is when two objectscollide and bounce. This occurs when neither object's momentum is overcome by the and they both continue moving.
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