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Science ch 3

Lesson 3

TermDefinition
What is newtons first law of motion? And object and rest will remain in rest and less acted upon a nonzero net force and an object in constant velocity will continue at a constant velocity unless acted upon a nonzero net force
Inertia Resistance to change in motion
What is newtons Second law of motion? And objects acceleration depends on its mass in the net force acting on it
Formula for newtons second law Acceleration = net force \ mass
Is the SI unit for acceleration M/s2
What is the SI unit for a net force Newtons
What is the SI unit doe mass Kilogram
How does Newton's second law show force? Kg x m/s2
What is Newton's third law of motion? If one object exerts a force on another object the second object exerts an equal strength in the opposite. direction on the first object
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