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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Isaac Newton Isaac Newton'sbirthday is January 4th, 1643.Isaac studied at Cambridge College.We wasn't a very "social" guy. He prefered to stay in his studies rather than go out to party andmeet girls. He had one best friend who preferedto have fun than studying. Isaac's mom left himwith his grandparents because his mom ran awaywith her boyfriend. Isaac hated her boyfriend. Hesaid that he wanted to burn their house down. Isaac also created the first powerful telescope. He died on March 31, 1727.Isaac is a fascinating person who changed theworld of Science as we know it. An object in motionstays inmotion. Newton's 1st Law Newton's 2nd Law Newton's 3rd Law F = ma For every action there is an equal and opposite re-action. Three Laws of Physics New MoonWaxing CrescentFirst QuarterWaxing GibbousFull MoonWaning GibbousThird QuarterWaning CrescentNew Moon Katie Booth 2A Weight Equation W = m x g All About Tides Tides are when the gravitationalpull of the moon and sun changethe depth of a body of water.High tides are when the water isat it's peak of height. Low tidesare when the water is at it's lowestfor height. There are also these thingscalled Spring and Neap tides.Spring tides are when high tides areat their lowest. Neap tides are whenlow tides are at their highest. Momentum Momentum is the quantity ofmotion of a moving body,measured as a product of it'smass and velocity. p = mvUnit = kg x m/s Impulse is the change of abody, or physical systemover time. ImpulseForce x Time An elastic collision is anencounter between two bodies bouncing off of each other. Momentum gets transferred between the two objects. An inelastic collision is a collision in which kinetic energy is not conversed. The objects do notbounce off of each other. Conservation of Momentum is alaw stating that the total linearmomentum of a closed systemremains constant through time. Universal Law of Gravity The more mass an object is, the more gravitational pull it has. The acceleration of an object as producedby a net force isdirectlyproportional to themagnitude of the net force, in the same direction as the net force, and inverselyproportional to themass of an object. Projectile Motion Weight ishowheavyan object is. Mass is howmuch matteris in anobject.
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