Laws Of Motion
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  • 1. LAWS OF MOTION BY GROUP 1
  • 2. Pre-Test Answer the following questions in a ½ crosswise. 1.)What law is natural the tendency of an object to maintain a state of rest or to remain in uniform motion? INERTIA
  • 3. 2.) What is Motion? he action or process of moving or being moved
  • 4. 3.) Who is the Scientist that DEFINED inertia as the tendency of an object to maintain its initial state of motion? GALILEO GALILEI
  • 5. 4.) Does Mass effect an acceleration of an Object?
  • 6. 5.) What branch of science studies the 3 laws of motion? DYNAMICS
  • 7. 6.) Who is the English scientist and Mathematician did further studies on the ideas of Galileo Galilei and created the 3 laws of motion? ISAAC NEWTON
  • 8. 7.) What Law of motion have this definition: “For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction” LAW OF INTERACTION
  • 9. 8.) What law of motion is the property of matter that causes a body to resist changes in its state of motion? INERTIA
  • 10. 1st Law of motion: INERTIA *Objects at rest- “an object at rest will remain at rest unless an outside force will cause it to move” Ex.) A soccer ball will remain at rest until it is kicked. The cart standing still in a grocery store has inertia at rest it will move unless someone will push or pull it.
  • 11. 1st law of motion: INERTIA Objects in motion- “an object at motion continues to move in the same direction unless an outside force will stop it” Ex.) A person stops pushing a cart and it stops moving
  • 12. 2nd Law of motion: ACCELERATION “the acceleration of an object is directly proportional to the force applied and inversely proportional to the mass of an object” *the greater force applied the greater the change in motion of an object. *the greater the mass the slower the acceleration of an object.
  • 13. Law of Acceleration Formulas Acceleration (a)= Force/Mass Force (F)= Acceleration x Mass Mass (m)= Force/Acceleration
  • 14. 3rd Law of motion: INTERACTION “FOR EVERY FORCE OF ACTION, THERE IS AN EQUAL OR OPPOSITE REACTION” EX.)