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Rainbow Science 1

Inertia & Flying Objects

What scientist wrote the founding observations for the mathematics of integral calculus? Sir Isaac Newton
What is Physics? The study of objects, all objects, and the things that happen to them.
Which rule states that objects stay where they are unless somebody throws them? Newton's First Law of Motion
Which rule states that once objects are thrown through empty space, they keep traveling at the same velocity and in the same direction until something stops them or changes their course. Newton's First Law of Motion
What is Newton's first Law of Motion? Objects at rest remain at rest unless they are acted upon by some force.
The Property of an object that makes it resist changes with regard to its motion is called? Inertia
What year was Sir Isaac Newton born and the year of his death? 1642-1727
Created by: jabby2us