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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Newton By Chloe Hayes Issac Newton was a scientist. He created the Universal laws.He is considered to be the father of modern physics. He went to Cambridge University. He was a rebel (he made cakes on Sunday).He improved the telescope.He studied alchemy.He invented calculus.He died at the age of 85. Newton's Biography Newton's First Law Inertia- An object at rest stays at rest and and object in motion stays in motion with the same speed and direction unless acted upon by an unbalanced force. Newton's Second Law Force (F) is equal to the mass (m) times acceleration (a)F=ma Weight is mass timesgravity.W=mg Universal Law of GravityAll objects in the Universeattract on another bygravity. The further away,the less gravity effectsanother. The tides are effected by the moon phases. Neaptides are during the quartermoons and the difference isat it's lowest. Spring tides are during the new/full moons and have the highest highs and lowestlows. Projectile motion- curvedpath an object follows whenthrown.Horizontal- going forwardVertical- gravity pull on the objectFree fall- combination of thetwo For every action thereis an opposite and equalreaction Newton's Third Law Momentum is mass times velocity (p=mv).Impulse is a change of momentum over time.Elastic collision is when the objects bounce off each other.Inelastic collision is when the two objects stay together.Conservation of momentum is saying that momentum can be conserved.
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