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John Ross Comes

Chapter 6 laws of motion

Newton's first law of motion An object at rest will stay at rest and an object in motion will stay in motion with the same velocity unless acted upon by an ubalanced force.
Unbalanced forces Forces that result in a net force on an object and can cause a change in motion.
Inertia The property of an object that results resists changes in its motion.
Newton's second law A law of motion that states acceleration is force divided by mass.
Newton's third law A law of motion that states that for every action force there is a reaction force equal in strength and opposite direction.
Momentum The mass of an object times its velocity.
Laws of conservation of momentum A law that states that as long as interacting objects are not influenced by outside forces, the total amount of momentum is constant.
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