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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Sir Issac Newton was a great scientist. He was very dedicated to his work.He was so dedicated that he pushed a wooden stick through his eye for one of his experiments.He made Newtons 1st, 2nd, and 3rd law. Newton's 2nd law-Force=Mass x Acceleration The universal law of gravity saysthat gravity is universal.And the more mass an object hasthe more gravitational pull the object has. Weight=Mass x Gravitational acceleration Chapeter 12Rafael Tormes Newton's first law basically states that an object in motionwill stay in motion and an object at restwill stay at rest unless acted uponby an unbalanced force. Newtons 3rd law statesthat for every actionthere is an equall and opposite reaction Projectile motion has thee key things.Horizontal and vertical components,and free fall. When you throw a ballit has no horizontal componenet so it will travel in a strait line. When gravity starts to pull the ball down,it gives it a vertical component. Freefall is the motion of something when only gravity is acting on it. There are two types of tides:Neap and Spring tides. Theyboth happen about twice amonth. A spring tide happenswhen there is a full or new moon.Spring tides have biggerand lower tides. Neap tidesdon't have the smallest differencein high and low tides.A Neap tide happens when there is a 1st and lastquarter moon. However, Springtides have a more drastic changewhen it is a full moon instead ofa new moon. Momentum is basicallymass in motion. The equation for momentumis Momentum=Mass x Velocity. Chapter 12Rafael Tormes
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