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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 All You Need To Know Danielle Donnell Isaac Newton... Newt's Second Law Newton's second law is that if a net force acts on an object, it will cause an acceleration of that object. Exampleis that if you have an object that has a great mass, your going to need a greaterforce to accelerate that object. Another way of putting it, the heavier the object the more force it will take to make that object speed or slow down.Ex- it takes more force to move a 60 pound weight than a ten pound weight. Isaac Newton is best known for the work he didwith laws of gravitation. Born in 1642 he was a17th century English physicist and mathematician. He's credited with the 17th Century Scientific Revolutionand developed the modern principles of physics. Newt's 1st Law & Inertia Newtons 1st law states that an object at motion will stay in motion and an object at rest wills stay at rest,unless acted upon by an outside force.(also it will keep going the same speed and direction unless acted upon)ex- A pencil will stay on a table unless moved by someone or some force.Newtons 1st law can also be referred to as the law of inertia, inertia meaning the resistance of an object to change its state of motion, which relates to Newton's first law signifigantly. Newt's Third Law Newton's third law declares that for every action their is an equal and opposite reaction.ex- whenever you sit down in a chair you exerta downward force with your body, and the chair exerts an upward force to your body.*forces come in pairs, known as force pairs.They describe who is pushing on whomand in what direction.ex- a ball hitting a bat, the baseball pushes the bat to the left, and the bat pushes the ball to the right. F=MA!! = Force= mass x acceleration This helps you figure out whatamount of force your applyingin Newtons(N) Weight Weight is the gravitationalforce acting on a body mass. weight= mass x gravitational acceleration.The weight or gravitational force is just the objects mass x the gravitational acceleration force. Universal Law of Gravity Every mass exerts an attractiveforce on every other mass, this is knownas the Universal Law of Gravity is. The gravitationalacceleration depends on the two masses and the distance that seperates them. You have to have the two masses of the objects and the distance between themto figure the gravitational acceleration out. Projectiles Motion Projectile motion is a motion in which an object, known as a projectile, isthrown near earth's surface and moveson a curved path downwards due to gravity. There is no horizontal component,to this, because the velocity stays the same. There is a vertical component though, which is pushing the object downward due to gravity, which is called a free fall. Free fall accelerationis the falling freely to the earths surface Tides & Moon Phases Neap tides occur during quarter moons, occuringwhen the sun and moon are perpendicular to each other. Neap tides are weaker tides. Springtides occur when the sun and moon and earth areall lined up, and are strong tides. They occur during the full and new moon. Momentum Impulse- is a measure of change in momentum, and the unit of it is kg, same as momentum. Impulse is caused by force during a specifictime interval, when it's equal to the body's change of momentum during that interval.To find impulse you multipply force and time. elastic & inelastic collisions- an elastic collision is when the total kinetic energy in the system is the same before and after they collide. An inelasticcollision changes the total kinetic energy in a closed system. An example of elastic collision would be when two pool ballscolliding. An example of inelastic would be two cars crashing and sticking to each other. Conservation of Momentum-remains constant through time regardless of possible changes. Momentum- The quantity of motion of amoving object.To find momentum you multiplythe mass and velocity together.
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