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What is Newton's first law An object at rest stay at rest and an object in motion stays in motion in the same direct and speed
What is Newton's second law The acceleration of an object is in the same direction as the net force on the object
What is Newton's third law For every action there is an opposite and equal reaction
Force and direction are what Directly proportional
Mass and acceleration are what Inversely proportional
What is inertia Is a property of matter because matter resists change in motion.
Inertia depends on what Mass and force
Force and and inertia are what Directly proportional
Mass and inertia are what Directly proportional
What is a force A push or pull
What is net force Result of both forces on an object
What is an unbalanced force Forces that are unequal in size and opposite in direction and results in no motion
What is a balanced force Forces that are equal in size and opposited in direction
What is friction A force between two forces in contact
What is static friction Friction that opposes two forces from sliding last each other
What is sliding friction Friction that swathe motion of two forces sliding last one another
Newton's first law is also known as what Law of inertia
Newton's second law is know as what Law of acceleration
Newton's third law is known as what Action reaction law
A space shuttle lifts of w launch pad Newton's third law
A galloping horse comes to a sudden stop. The rider is thrown over the horses head and lands on the ground Newton's first law
A picture can increase the acceleration of the baseball by increasing the force exerted where he throws the ball Newton's second law
A gun recoils after firing Newton's third law
A car body is built with special material to give its body decreased mass and maximum acceleration on the racetrack Newton's second law
Seat belts are worn to over come these effects of what law of motion? Newton's first law
A roller coaster operates because of this law of motion Newton's first law
An archer pulls back on th string of a bow and the Afro speeds toward the target. The archer pulls back to shoot a second arrow, but this time with more forces the second arrow has a greater acceleration. Newton's first law
A train suddenly stops; the freight in a boxcar falls foward, Newton's first law
The incresed mass of a lineman in football will decrease his acceleration Newton's second law
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