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Elem Chem/phy 6

Mechanics The study of motion
Force A push or pull of an object in any direction
Newtons first law of motion Something at rest prefers to stay at rest unless some forces it to move.
Newtons second law of motion Force is what causes an object to change speed or direction. The change is resisted by the mass of the object. (F = M X A)
Acceleration Change in speed and in the direction something is going (change in speed in any direction).
Newtons third law of motion For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.
Sir Isaac Newton A strong Christian who loved studying the Bible. Physicist and mathematician; discoverer of spectrum of light and the laws of motion, gravity, and cooling; inventor of the reflecting telescope; co inventor of mathematical calculus.
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