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8th Newton's Laws

Physics: Newton's Laws

You are in a moving car. Suddenly the car stops, but you keep moving. 1st Law - Inertia
A stack of books will not move if left on a table. 1st Law - Inertia
As you swim, you push backward, but your body goes forward. 3rd Law - Action-Reaction
A quarterback is easier to tackle than a linebacker. 2nd Law - Acceleration
An archer shoots an arrow. The arrow travels in a straight line until hitting the target. 1st Law - Inertia
You are sitting on a chair and can feel the chair against your body. 3rd Law - Action-Reaction
An 18 wheeler takes longer to accelerate than a small car. 2nd Law - Acceleration
A little boy’s pebble does not travel as far as his father’s pebble. 2nd Law - Acceleration
When a rocket launches, the steam goes down, and the rocket launches upward. 3rd Law - Action-Reaction
Created by: tneal1