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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 (this is a very common picture of Newton at work) This here is the famous Isaac Newton!! Isaac Newton was a very well knownphysicist, most commonly known for his Laws Of Motion we hear about so much. Newton was said to be born on Christmas day, and lived on a small farm.When only 3 years old, his mother left him, leading to a very rough childhood. This lead Newton to put forth all of his studies into his work and development of science. Newton attended CampbridgeUniversity, and truly had only one friend- his roommate. Newtonhad a very successful life in his studies, and made a huge difference in today's world (this photo is showing the skateboarder in motion because he is not being acted upon) Newton's 1st Law:An object in motion willstay in motion unlessacted upon by an outsideobject, and an object at restwill stay at rest. (this is a great example showing the acceleration of the car) Newton's 2nd Law:The acceleration of an objectas produced by a net force isdirectly proportional to the magnitude of the net force in the same direction as the net force and inversedlyproportional to the mass of the object this picture pretty much explains itself!) Newton's 3rd Law:For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction weight= mass(f=ma) (this is a great example showing that the gravity pulls the apple downward)Universal Law of Gravityis the law that begins to describethe gravity that keeps all things on earthon the ground really, and on earth. Withoutit we would all be floating around!! (this photo shows the momentum of one ball going towards the next)Momentum:Momentum is the quanity of motionof a moving body.Impulse is the change in momentum of a body or physical system.Elastic Collision is an encounter between two bodies in which the total kinetic of the two bodies after the encounter is equal to their total kinetic energy.Inelastic Collosion is when two things hit and get stuck, or stay. Example of that being when catching a baseball.Concersaion of Momentum is a concersion law stating that momentum is conserved because it is transferred. Equation: p=mv Tides/Moon Phases:A spring tide is the tidejust after a new or full moon.Normally the biggest differencebetween the lowestand highesttides. A Neap Tide is the tide just after first or third quartermoons, and is the smaller distance betweenthe largest and lowest tides. The moon phases are full moon, half moon, and quarter moons.(this photo shows the moon phases.. really pretty too!) Projectile Motion:Acceleration is when an object will stay at a constant speedunless acted upon by an objectcausing velocity and acceleration. Horizontal and vertical components are the angles at which something is released.
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