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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 The effect of the force acting on the object motion: Newton' s1st Law: Newton' s3rd law example: Newton' s3rd Law: The effect of the number of fins on the rocket: The effect of the weight of the clay: Balanced and unbalanc edforce. SCIENCE PROJECT Force Drag: The measure of a spring scale: Newton's 1st law Example: change I would do to make my straw rocket to go farther: The effect of the length of the straw: The effect of the mass on the objects motion: The effect of mass on the amount of force needed: A force is a push or a pull, that causes an object to move. Balanced force is when two forces are acting on an object with an equal amount of force. Unbalanced force is when two forces are acting on an object without an equal amount of force. Is a force resisting motion (it slows objects down) "An object at rest stays at rest, an object in motion, stays in motion" When you are driving a car and when the car is on parking. "Every action has an equal and opposite reaction" A ball when you bounce it it goes down and comes back up. I would not cut the straw. With less fins less stability. With to much clay is to heavy and it can't go to far. If the straw is to short it doesn't have stability. If the rocket has to much mass it has to much weight it can't go to far. The motion can get affected because the force can be balanced or unbalanced. A spring scale measures only the weight. If an object has to much mass it needs more fore.
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