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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Isaac Newton was born January 4, 1643 and died 1727. He is a very famous English physicist. He wrote the Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica a veryenlightening piece of literature. Zane Green's Project Isaac Newton Newton's first lawof motion is an objectat rest tends to stayat rest unless acted upon by an outside force and an object tends to stay in motionunless acted upon byan outside force Newton's second law isF=ma which means Force is Mass times Acceleration Weight is how Gravitypulls on an object and the equation is w=mgor mass times accelerationof gravity equals weight The law of universal gravitation says that any two object in the universe attract each other with a force that is the same as the product of their masses and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them. Tides and Moon phases havepoints of strength these are called spring tides where there are the highest high tides and the lowest low tides.The opposite are neap tides those have the highest lowtides and the lowest high tides. Horizontal component is when something, a projectile, moves left, right, north, south, east,or west. Vertical component is whena projectile moves up anddown Free fall accelerationis the acceleration one experiences during freedue to gravity. On earthit is 9.8m/s Newton's Third lawsays for every actionthere is a equal and opposite reaction Momentum the wantto keep moving Impulse thetime multipliedby the force Elastic collisionis when two objectin which the kinetic energyof the objectsafter is equal to their energy beforethe encounter. Inelastic collisionis the opposite ofElastic collisionthat instead of bouncing they create heat Conservationof motion isthe momentumlost by one thingis gained byanother The equationp=mv ormomentumequals masstimes velocity
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