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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Basic Newtonian Physicis Newtons 3 Laws 1- An object in motion will stay in motion and an object at rest will stay at rest unless acted upon by another force. 2- Force = Mass x Acceleration. f=ma 3- For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. Bio of Isaac Newton Issac Newton, A famous 17th century physicist and visionary created the foundation for modern physics and calculus. He spent most of his time in the university and was extremely devout, and practiced alchemy between his sessions of studying physics.In fact, he primarily was an alchemist. His findings of calculus and physics were not appreciated at the time because he kept most of them secret. ACCELERATION MASS FORCE Weight Weight is the force of gravity on a particular object.W=MGWeight=Mass x Gravitational force Mass:The amount of matter in an object. Newton's law of universal gravity Any object with a mass generates a gravitational field, no matter how tiny and weak it may be. Tides Moon Phases Tides are the change in height of sea level. The tides are caused by the change in the position of the moon and can be seen by the cycle. Spring tides cause the highest high tides and the lowest low tides which occur in the new and full moon. Neap tides are the tides occurring in the first and third quarter which have the highest low tides, and lowest high tides, the closest to no difference in tide height at all. Projectile Motion Projectile motion is the motion of a projectile, or any object moving off the ground. Projectiles that are not in motion and are just falling are in a free fall. There are two aspects to projectile motion, the horizontal component and vertical component. The horizontal component generated by the release of the projectile being launched and the vertical component is gravity, the combination creating an arced dissent. To achieve the farthest launch aim 45 degrees up and to achieve the highest launch fire straightup, note that it will not move forward. Horizontal Component VerticalComponent Momentum
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