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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 this is Issac Newton. Issac Newton was born 1662 Newtons 1st Law Newtons 2nd Law Newton 3rd Law Newton Died on March 31, 1727 Newton was known for his obsession with religion. Newton lived within a very violent time. Newton detested his peers and their choices so he generally stayed at home. Newton participated in alchemy. Momentum double click to change this header text! Projectile Motion Tides Moon Phases weight Universal Law of Gravity An object at rest will stay at rest unless acted upon by an outside force. Force equals mass multiplied by Acceleration Bullet to a target. Acceleration by a net force, proportional to the magnitude of the force, with same direction and different to the mass of the object. F=MA For every action there is a equal and opposite reaction. Equal in magnitude opposite in direction Always comes in pairs or force pairs. -F = F Impulse is a change in momentum over a time with equal force added to a mass. Elastic Collision is the colliding and bouncing off of another object. Inelastic Collision is when objects stick together and not move. Conservation of momentum Consistent closed system. P = MV Throwing a baseball. catapulting a rock. Inertia Horizontal Component remains constant till hits something. Vertical Motion will stay the same at a downward motion of 9.8 m/s. Free fall combined with free fall Constant Speed Two objects that depend on distance and mass.
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