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What law is the Law of Inertia? Newton's 1st Law
What Law is know as " Action-Reaction" Newtons 3rd Law
What Law is Known As" Applied Force" Newton's 2nd Law
What Does Newtons 2ND Law State The Acceleration of an object depends on the mass of the object and the amount of force applied.
Newton's 1st Law States? An Object remains at rest or in a straight line or at a constant velocit unless acted upon by an unequal force.
Newton's 3rd Law States? Whenever one object exerts a force on a second object,the second object exherts an equal and opposite force on the first.
An object in motion has ####, so it tends to stay in motion. Inertia
An object is falling at its **** if it falls at a constant velocity. terminal Velocity
**** is the path that a thrown object follows Momentum
Is a property of moving objects that depends on mass and velocity. Momentum
Occurs when air resistence does not effect the motion of a falling object. Free Fall
Created by: emerson97