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Newton's Laws of MotionNewton's Laws of Motion
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Newton’s First Law
An object at rest tends to stay at rest and
an object in motion te...
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Examples of Newton’s
1st
Law
Example...
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Newton’s 2nd
Law
F = M x A
The greater the force, the greater the
__________________...
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Examples of Newton’s
2nd
Law
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Exampl...
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Newton’s 3rd
Law
For every _________ force, there is an _______
and opposite reaction...
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Examples 3rd
Law
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Examples of 3rd
Law
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Newton's laws flip book

  1. 1. Cut and discard this bottom portion. Newton's Laws of MotionNewton's Laws of Motion
  2. 2. Cut and discard this bottom portion. Newton’s First Law An object at rest tends to stay at rest and an object in motion tends to stay in motion with the same speed and in the same direction unless acted upon by an unbalanced _________. Also called the law of ___________. The greater an object’s _______, the greaterThe greater an object’s _______, the greater its _______, and the larger the _______its _______, and the larger the _______ needed to overcome the inertia.needed to overcome the inertia. Newton’s 1st law
  3. 3. Cut and discard this bottom portion. Write or draw the examples given by your teacher Examples of Newton’s 1st Law Examples of 1st law
  4. 4. Cut and discard this bottom portion. Newton’s 2nd Law F = M x A The greater the force, the greater the __________________ The greater the ______, the greater the force _______ for the _______ acceleration Calculated by: ______________ (F = force, m = mass, a = acceleration) Newton’s 2nd Law
  5. 5. Cut and discard this bottom portion. Examples of Newton’s 2nd Law •Write or draw the examples given by your teacher Examples of 2nd Law
  6. 6. Cut and discard this bottom portion. Newton’s 3rd Law For every _________ force, there is an _______ and opposite reaction force. (Forces are always found in pairs.) Athlete ___________ bar upwards. Bar pushes the athlete downwards. Bowling ball pushes pin to the __________. Pin pushes bowling ball to the _________. Newton’s 3rd Law
  7. 7. Cut and discard this bottom portion. Examples 3rd Law •Write or draw the examples given by your teacher Examples of 3rd Law

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