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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Newton's three laws: An object at rest stays at rest, an object in motion stays inmotion with the same speedand direction unless acted uponby an outside force. This man will be going at thesame speed until he hits the school. The acceleration of anobject is produced by a net force, is directly porportional to the magnitude of the net force,in the same direction of the netforce, and inversely porportionalto the mass of an object. Chapter 12: Newton's Science By Savannah Oesterle F=MA Force is mass times acceleration For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. When the golf club hits the ball it pushes it forwardand the ball pushes the clubback. Isaac Newton was bornin 1690 and he went to Cambridge. While he was studying he discovered gravity.Along with gravity he createdthe three laws, now known as Newton's three laws. He foundthat sun light is all the colors not just white. Weight is mass times gravity.W=mg Universal Law of Gravity: 2 2 3 1 Momentum: Amount of motion.Equation: P=mvUnits: Kg x m/s (kilograms times meters per second) Impulse:Elastic collision:inelastic collision:conservation of momentum: Change in motion over time. Two things hit and bounce off Two things hit and stay together Momentum stays thesame after an action Projectile Motion! The horizontal component follows Newton's first law.The object will continue to follow the path horizontally until acted upon an outside force. The vertical componentis gravity pulling the object towards the ground whileit's following it's path. F=G m1 m2 2 d F: forceG: gravity constantm1, m2: any two objectsd: distance Free fall acceleration iswhere the motion where only the force of gravity isacting on the object. double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. Moons and Tides! Neap tides are when the low is bignumber, the high'sfor the tide are usually big. SPring tides are when the high tides are just barely above the lows. The moon phases occur in this pattern.First quarter moon: Spring tideFull Moon: Neap tideLast quarter moon: Spring tideNew Moon: Neap tide
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