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# Newton\'s Laws of Motion

## by Richard Newman, Working at KSS Deanery on Jun 17, 2010

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The \'micro-teach\' session slides I prepared as part of my PTLLS course assessment.

The \'micro-teach\' session slides I prepared as part of my PTLLS course assessment.

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## Newton\'s Laws of MotionPresentation Transcript

• “Feel the Force”
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SIR ISAAC NEWTON
• SIR ISAAC NEWTON
Born - 1643
Trinity College, Cambridge - 1665
Reflecting telescope – 1668
Lucasian Prof. of Maths. - 1669
‘Principia Mathematica’ – 1687
President of Royal Society - 1703
‘Opticks’ – 1704
Knighted - 1705
Died - 1727
Buried in Westminster Abbey
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SIR ISAAC NEWTON
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LAWS of MOTION
‘Principia Mathematica’ – 1687
Three Laws:
1st Law
BALANCED FORCES or INERTIA
When no unbalanced force acts on an object, its state of motion will be unchanged.
"Standing still."
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LAWS of MOTION
1st Law: Balanced Forces or 1nertia
2nd Law
UNBALANCED FORCES or DYNAMICS
Force = Mass x Acceleration
“Pushing a bicycle vs Pushing a car."
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LAWS of MOTION
1st Law: Balanced Forces or 1nertia
2ndLaw: Unbalanced Forces or Dynamic2
3rd Law
ACTION and REACTION
To every force there is an equal and opposite force.
“Forces come in pairs."
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LAWS of MOTION
Three Laws:
1st Law: Balanced Forces or 1nertia
2nd Law: Unbalanced Forces or Dynamic2
3rd Law: Action and R3action
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FEEL the FORCE
Can you ?
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FEEL the FORCE
AIM:
• To introduce Isaac Newton and his laws of motion.
OBJECTIVES:
• To practically demonstrate / experience some aspects of the laws of motion.
• To correctly identify the laws.
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LAWS of MOTION