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Newton's Laws Mod

Newtons Laws Review

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Newton's First Law of Motion An object at rest stays at rest; an object in motion stays in motion
Newton's Second Law of Motion An unbalanced force is equal to mass X acceleration (force = mass x acceleration)
Newton's Third Law of Motion For every action force, there is an equal and opposite reaction force
Force equals mass times acceleration
Force is measured in units of Newtons
Mass is measured in units of grams
Acceleration is measured in units of meters per time (seconds or minutes)
A ball is thrown at a wall and bounces back is an example of Newtons _____ law third
A ball is thrown further by the stronger person is an exampble of Newtons ________ law second
If you are in a car and it suddenly stops, you will keep moving unless you are wearing a seatbelt, is an example of Newton's _____ law first
For every action there is an equal ane opposite reaction
An object a rest will stay at rest
An object in motion will stay in motion until a force acts upon it
The bigger the mass is of an object the greater the force will be needed to move it
Gravity the force of attraction between two objects
Inertia objects resistance to change in motion
Force A push or a pull; causes a change in motion
Created by: mharlan