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Newton's laws

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  • 1. Newton's Laws of Motion Practice State the number and law which best explains the following. Number Law 1. Exploding fuel expelled from the back of a rocket propels the rocket forward. 2. You choose a bowling ball with a smaller mass because you can roll it down the lane faster. 3. You bang the end of a hammer sharply on the floor to tighten down the head. 4. A magician pulls a tablecloth out from under a set of china on a table, and the china doesn't move. 5. A rocket out in space becomes easier and easier to accelerate as it travels along. Hint: About 90% of the mass of a newly launched rocket is fuel. 6. A small sports car reaches its top speed faster than a large van. 7. You can exert more pressure on the pedals of a bike if you pull up on the handlebars. 8. You step into a boat by the dock too quickly with one foot. The boat "scoots" away and you find yourself falling into the water. 9. You turn a corner on a roller coaster at top speed and your sunglasses fly off and go over the side of the tracks. 10. You and a friend are roller-skating. You push your friend and knock him down, but you also fall down. Young-2005