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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 The Laws of Motion and Gravity By: Jesse Cummings Isaac Newton created the theory of gravity and also created many motion laws showing how things move and why they do. Isaac Newton was considered to be anti-social during his time period, he mostly kept to himself and did his research by himself. Newtons First Law An object at rest stays at rest and an object in motion stays in motion with the same speed and in the same direction unless acted upon by an unbalanced force. Newtons Second Law Force = Mass x Acceleration. Newtons Third Law For every action there is an opposite and equal reaction. Weight = Mass x Acceleration of Gravity. Weight Universal Law Of Gravity Any 2 objects attract each other with the same force equal to their mass. Spring and Neap Tides Spring Tide- Full moon, and gravitational pull of sun and moon combined. Making these tides high.Neap Tide- First and third quarter moons, and a small difference between high and low tides. These tides a low. Projectile Motion Free fall is when there is no air resistance stopping or slowing the object while it is being pulled. The free fall acceleration is 9.8 m/s. Up and down motion is the Vertical Component. And side to side motion is the Horizontal Component. When these are combined they form a curved path. Momentum The impulse experienced from an object is the force. In elastic collisions, kinetic energy is saved and in inelastic collisions kinetic energy is not saved. The Conservation of Momentum is a law which states the momentum of an object is continuous of there are not any external forces.The equation for this is Momentum = Mass x Velocity.
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