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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Understanding the Universe By Katie Bean double click to change this title text! Issac Newton Biography Issac Newton was born Christmas day of 1642. He started inventing things at a young age and was most interested in the idea of light. He went to Cambridge college in 1660.There he studied gravity, light, and the moon. Newton discovered both the gravitational forces and the waves caused by the moon. Newton was a very smart man and so dedicated he almost went blind in one of his experiments.Later he went into a depression and never got out of it. He lived for 85 years 1st Law Definition: Object in motionstays in motion and an object at rest stays at rest with the same speed and direction unless acted upon an unbalanced force. Inertia plays a big part in the 1st law because it resists to change. That meaning it wants to keep the boggy in motion. 2nd Law To sum up Newton's 2nd law is F=MA. This law describes how to find force due to gravity. You can also find mass and acceleration as long as you have a force and the opposite measurement 3rd Law Definition: For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. An equation for this would be F1=-F2. Forces always have pairs called action-reaction pair that have the same amount of force against each other. Universal Law of Gravity Tides and Moon Phases Wieght Momentum Projectile Motion When a New moon and Full moon occur there is a spring tide. A spring tide is when the Sun, Moon, and Earth are all lined together. The highest high tides and the lowest low tides are apart of the Spring tides. When quarter moons are in place neap tides occur. Neap tides are when the sun and moon are perpendicular to each other. Neap tides are the lowest high tides and the highest low tide. Weight is different than mass. Mass stays the same while weight changes due to the gravity. To calculate weight u do mass x gravity. Definition: The curved path that an object follows near the surface of the earth. There is no horizontal component. Once an object is in air the velocity stays constant. The vertical component is gravity. Once the object is in flight gravity is forcing it downwards. Projectile motion is used in most sport to get the object to go far. The degree needed to get the ball the farthest is at a 45 degree angle. Definition: The curved path that an object follows near the surface of the Earth. The horizontal component has a constant velocity.Vertical component such as gravity forces the object downwards creating a free fall. Free falling objects with different masses but the same height will land on the ground at the same time due to air resistance. To make the object go the farthest you want to achieve a 45 degree angle. Definition: The quantity of motion of a moving object. To find momentum you multiply mass and velocity together.Impulse is the change in of momentum. You can find impulse by multiplying force and time together. There are also two types of collision, elastic and inelastic collision. Elastic collision is when two objects hit each other and bounce back. An example for that would be air hockey. Inelastic collision is when two object hit each other and stay together. An example would be playing catch with a ball. The conservation of momentum is, momentum remains constant through time regardless of other possible changes. Definition: The size of the gravitational force between two objects. The equation for this is F= G m1 m2 /d2.
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