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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 A force is a push or a pull A balanced force is an object that is not moving, because all the forces acting on the object, are all equal. An unbalanced force is an object that moves because the forces acting on the object are different. Drag is a mechanical force generated by a solid object moving through a fluid. Newton's first law states, "An object at rest stays at rest, an object in motion, stays in motion" MOTION AND FORCES INFOGRAPHICBy Pedro Ramirez A real life example of Newton's 1st law is when a soccer waits on the ground to be kicked and then the ball is kicked as an example of motion. Newton's 3rd law states, "For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. A real life example of Newton's 3rd could be when you throw a ball against a wall and ricochets back at you What I would change about the elite straw rocket would be its wings so that the wind could carry it and let it sail through the air to go farther. The number of fins effected the elite straw rocket by how long the rocket would stay in the air with drag and pressure put on it. The weight of the effects the elite straw rocket so that it increases in mass and goes faster and farther. If the length of the is decreased , then the shorter straw rocket will fly the farthest distance Motion of an object gets effected by the mass of an object by how fast it goes or how far it will fly. The motion of an object is effected by the forces acting on it such as drag or pressure so it will travel slower. A spring scale measures Newtons The mass of an object effects the force needed to move it by how far or how fast an object will travel it's distance.
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