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Newton’s Laws of Motion<br />By: Chelsey Kilburn <br />And<br />Lyndsey Rawls<br />
Issac Newton<br />Sir Issac Newton was an English scientist who made great contributions to physics, optics, math, and ast...
Newton’s First Law OfMotion<br />Newton’s First Law of Motion is also known as The Law Of Inertia.<br />“An object at rest...
Examples of Newton’s First Law-<br />In the first illustration, the car is accelerating at a speed of 60 mph. There is a w...
Newton’s Second Law ofMotion<br />Newton’s Second Law of motion is also known as The Law of Acceleration.<br />Second Law ...
Examples of 2nd Law<br />	In the picture to the right, The man is trying to push the large truck. The truck doesn’t budge,...
Newtons Third Law of Motion<br />Newtons Third Law of Motion is also known as The Law of Action and Reaction Forces<br />“...
Examples of 3rd Law<br />In the example to the left, the balloon is being pushed upward, because of the air rushing out of...
Credits!<br />Resources: <br />www.google.com<br />http://teachertech.rice.edu/Participants/louviere/Newton<br />www.mesqu...
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Newtons laws

  1. 1. Newton’s Laws of Motion<br />By: Chelsey Kilburn <br />And<br />Lyndsey Rawls<br />
  2. 2. Issac Newton<br />Sir Issac Newton was an English scientist who made great contributions to physics, optics, math, and astronomy. He is best known for his three Laws of Motion.<br />
  3. 3. Newton’s First Law OfMotion<br />Newton’s First Law of Motion is also known as The Law Of Inertia.<br />“An object at rest, stays at rest, and an object in motion, stays in motion, unless acted on by an unbalanced force”<br />“Inertia is a property of matter”<br />
  4. 4. Examples of Newton’s First Law-<br />In the first illustration, the car is accelerating at a speed of 60 mph. There is a wall in the path of the car, which the car will run into, and the wall will force the car to decelerate (slow down, or stop moving).<br />In the second illustration, the car hit the wall on the path. The car stops, but the driver continues to move forward, because there was nothing to stop him from moving.<br />
  5. 5. Newton’s Second Law ofMotion<br />Newton’s Second Law of motion is also known as The Law of Acceleration.<br />Second Law Formula:F=mxa<br />“Acceleration is produced when a force acts on a mass. The greater the mass, the greater the amount of force is needed to move/accelerate the object”<br />
  6. 6. Examples of 2nd Law<br /> In the picture to the right, The man is trying to push the large truck. The truck doesn’t budge, because there is not enough force to make it accelerate.<br />The example below, represents the formula of the 2nd law; F=mxa . Force is pushing the m with great force, causing it to accelerate(a) forward.<br />
  7. 7. Newtons Third Law of Motion<br />Newtons Third Law of Motion is also known as The Law of Action and Reaction Forces<br />“For every action, there is an equal and oppositereaction”<br />
  8. 8. Examples of 3rd Law<br />In the example to the left, the balloon is being pushed upward, because of the air rushing out of the bottom of it pushes the balloon upward.<br />
  9. 9. Credits!<br />Resources: <br />www.google.com<br />http://teachertech.rice.edu/Participants/louviere/Newton<br />www.mesquiteisd.org/library/terry<br />Made by:<br />Chelsey Kilburn and Lyndsey Rawls!<br />

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