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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Newtons Laws Isaac Newton Isaac Newton wasborn December25th, 1642. Heattended CambridgeUniversity. There, iswhere he did all ofhis studies and triedout his experimentsall of which were onhimself. He spent 35years of his lifestudying chemistry.He was named 'sir'Isaac Newton by thequeen of England.Sir Isaac Newtondied at age 85. double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. Newtons 1st Law An object in motion tendsto stay in motion withthe same speed and inthe same directionunless acted uponby an unbalanced force. An object at rest tendsto stay at rest unless anunbalanced force actsupon it. Newtons 2nd Law The acceleration of an objectas produced by net forceis directly proportional tothe magnitude of the net force,in the same direction as thenet force and inverselyproportional to the mass ofan object. Newtons 3rd Law For every action there is an equal and oppositereaction. The forces are equal inmagnitude and opposite indirections. Forces always come in pairs. Known as the "action and reaction force pairs". Emma Johnson2B Momentum The quantity of motion of amoving body, measured asa product of its mass andvelocity. Examples:Elastic Collision- ping pongInelastic Collision-making a tackle Conservation of Momentum- whensomething will remain constantthrough time Weight Equation Universal Law of Gravity Any two bodies in theuniverse attract each otherwith a force that is directlyproportional with their massesand is inversely the distance between them. Tides/Moon Phrases
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