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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Jake Lawhon 2a Isaac Newton Infographic Project Chapter 12 Newton's First Law An object at rest, stays at rest and an object in motion, stays in motion with the same speed and same direction unless acted upon by an outside force Newton's Second Law The acceleration of an object as produced by a net forceis directly proportional to the magnitude of the net force ,in the same direction as the net force, and inversely proportional to the mass of the object. Isaac Newton, born January 4, 1643 and died March 31,1727,is arguably one of the most important scientists of all time. He has made manyimportant studies in mathematics and is recognized as one of thekey factors of the scientific revolution Newton's Third Law For every action, there is an equal and oposite reaction. Weight Weight is measured by the force of gravity on an object. Universal Law of Gravity Any to bodies in the universe attract to each other with a froce that is directly proportional to the product of their massesand inversley proportional to the square of the distance between them. Tides Tides are the rise and fall of the sea level. They are caused by the combined gravitational forces of the sun and moon, as well asEarth's rotation. Spring Tides are when the distance between the high and low tide is at its greatest point. Neap tides occur when the distance between high and low tideis at its least. Projectile Motion When an object is in projectilemotion, it has two forced actingon it. The horizontal component and vertical component. The horizontal component relies on the force exerted on the object when itis put into projectile motion, for example a kicked football, and will die as the object's distance increases. The verticle componetis gravity pulling the object down. In the end, the path of motion willlook like an arch. Momentum Momentum is the quantity of motion of a moving object,measured as a product of its mass and velocity. an impulse is the change of momentum in an object. An elastic collision iswhen the momentum of an objectis able to bounce itself to itsoriginal place. There is also an inelastic collision which is whenthe momentum of an object is stopped because it has collided with another object. The theory that the total linear momentum of a closed system remains constant through time.
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