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Newton's Laws

Newton's Laws of Motion

TermDefinition
Newton's First Law of Motion An object in motion will remain in motion unless acted upon by another force
Newton's Second Law of Motion Force = mass x acceleration
Newton's Third Law of Motion For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction
Newton's First Law of Motion A soccer ball will not move until it is kicked.
Newton's First Law of Motion A bowling ball hitting pins and they fly backwards.
Newton's First Law of Motion An object at rest will remain at rest and an object in motion will remain in motion until acted upon by an unbalanced force.
Newton's First Law of Motion You are pushed back into your seat when an airplane takes off.
Newton's First Law of Motion The Law of Inertia.
Newton's First Law of Motion Ascending in an elevator and blood rushes to your head when it suddenly stops.
Newton's First Law of Motion A magician pulls out the tablecloth from under the dishes and they do not move.
Newton's First Law of Motion A person's body is thrown outward around a curve.
Newton's First Law of Motion A picture hanging on the wall does not move.
Newton's First Law of Motion A golf ball continues to roll until friction and gravity stop it.
Newton's First Law of Motion A pencil on a table will stay there until someone picks it up.
Newton's Second Law of Motion It takes more force to move a bowling ball than a baseball.
Newton's Second Law of Motion It takes less force to pull an empty wagon than a wagon with someone in it.
Newton's Second Law of Motion The Law of Acceleration.
Newton's Second Law of Motion A car accelerates faster than a truck.
Newton's Second Law of Motion It takes less force to move a bicycle than a motorcycle.
Newton's Second Law of Motion Pushing a child on a swing requires less force than pushing an adult.
Newton's Second Law of Motion A pitched baseball goes faster than one that is gently thrown.
Newton's Second Law of Motion The FORCE of an object is equal to its MASS multiplied by its ACCELERATION.
Newton's Second Law of Motion An ice skater pushes with more force and begins to move faster.
Newton's Second Law of Motion A full grocery cart requires more force to push than an empty cart.
Newton's Second Law of Motion Several dogs pulling a sled cause it to go faster than just one dog pulling a sled.
Newton's Third Law of Motion A rocket blasting off.
Newton's Third Law of Motion A fireman turns on his hose and is knocked backwards.
Newton's Third Law of Motion The air is let out of a balloon and it flies around the room.
Newton's Third Law of Motion The floor pushes up as a person's foot pushes down.
Newton's Third Law of Motion A swimmer pushes back on the water and moves forward.
Newton's Third Law of Motion Paddling a canoe.
Newton's Third Law of Motion The Law of Action/Reaction.
Newton's Third Law of Motion A cannonball shot forward and the cannon moves back.
Newton's Third Law of Motion Sitting in a chair you exert a force on the chair and it exerts an equal force on you.
Newton's Third Law of Motion A bird pushes down on the air with its wings in order to fly.
Newton's Third Law of Motion For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.
Created by: ferguslr