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- 1. Newton’s Laws & Rocketry Chapter 14
- 2. The Causes of Motion• Galileo developed the concept of inertia.• Inertia is that property that causes a body to RESIST changes in its state of motion.• Inertia depends on mass.• If no net force acts on an object, it stays at a constant velocity.• Constant velocity can be 0 m/s too.
- 3. Newton’s 1 Law of Motion st• In the absence of a resultant external force acting upon it, a body will remain at rest or in uniform rectilinear motion (its acceleration will be zero).• It takes an unbalanced force acting on an object to change its state of rest or motion.• E.g. an apple on a table has no net force.• E.g. an apple dropping off the table has a net force acting on it.
- 4. Exam Question A block glides on a perfectly smooth surface.• v = constant The block is subjected to the same force (F) in four different directions as shown below. In all four cases, the force (F) is less than the weight of the block. F F F F Case 1 Case 2 Case 3 Case 4 In which case will the force (F) cause a change in the speed of the block? A) In cases 1 and 2 B) In cases 2 and 4 C) In cases 3 and 4 D) In all four cases
- 5. Exam QuestionWhich of the following situations show an object or person that is not acted on by aresulting force?1. A cyclist slowing down2. Someone sitting on a park bench3. A sign fixed to the wall4. A truck moving away after stopping at a stop sign5. A rocket moving at a constant speed in space A) Situations 1, 2 and 4 B) Situations 1, 3 and 5 C) Situations 2, 3 and 5 D) None of these situations
- 6. Exam QuestionThe diagram below represents the trajectory of an object moving to the right on ahorizontal plane. Each circle represents the position of the object at 0.05 s intervals. AA force acts upon the object at point A. What was the effect of this force on its speed? A) It only changed the speed of the object. B) It only changed the direction of the object. C) It changed the speed and the direction of the object. D) It had no effect on the speed of the object.
- 7. Activity• Page 308, Q. 1-3
- 8. Aerodynamics•
- 9. Newton’s 2nd Law of Motion• If an unbalanced force acts on an object, the object accelerates in the direction of the force.• The acceleration varies inversely with the mass.• The acceleration varies directly with the force.• F = ma.• 1 N is the force required to accelerate 1 kg by 1m/s2.
- 10. Newton’s 2 Law nd•
- 11. ♫ ♪ I’m Free Falling…♫• The acceleration ofboth elephants due togravity is the same.
- 12. Activity• What is the acceleration of a 70 kg skater pushed by a force of 161 N [W]?• F = ma or a = F/m = 161 N [W]/ 70 kg• a = 2.3 m/s2 [W]
- 13. Exam QuestionA net force "F" causes a mass m1 of 4.0 kg to accelerate at a rate of 6.0 m/s2. This sameforce "F" causes a second mass m2 to accelerate at 8.0 m/s2.What is the value of mass m2? A) 2.5 kg B) 3.0 kg C) 3.5 kg D) 5.3 kg
- 14. Exam QuestionThe diagram below shows a cart with mass M acted on by a force F which produces anacceleration a. F Situation I MA second cart with a mass of 5M is attached to the first, and a force three times biggerthan the first acts on the system.The diagram below shows this situation. 3 F Situation II 5 M MHow will the acceleration in Situation II compare with that of Situation I? A) It must be 3 times is large. B) It must be 2 times is large. C) It must be 2 times smaller. D) It must be 3 times smaller.
- 15. Exam QuestionIn the following mechanical system, block 1 has a mass of 200 g. As it falls, it drags cart 2 alongthe table top horizontally. The cart has a mass of 300 g. A string attaches the block to the cartover the pulley. Disregard friction and the mass of the string and the pulley.What is the acceleration of the block? A) 2.0 m/s2 B) 4.0 m/s2 C) 6.0 m/s2 D) 10.0 m/s2
- 16. Activity• Page 314, Q. 1-4
- 17. Reaction Forces•
- 18. Newton’s 3 Law of Motion rd• Newton’s 3rd Law of Motion: For every action force, there is an equal and opposite reaction force.• OR If object A exerts a force on object B, then object B exerts a force equal in magnitude but opposite in direction on object A.• OR You cannot touch someone else without being touched in return.• OR Forces exist in pairs.
- 19. Reaction Forces•
- 20. Examples of Reaction Forces• E.g. A tractor exerts a force of 2000 N [W] on a trailer. The trailer exerts a force of 2000 N [E] on the tractor.• When we push on a wall it pushes back.• When we kick a football, the same force kicks back on us. Our foot decelerates a bit because our mass is greater. The football accelerates a lot because its mass is small.
- 21. Activity• Page 317, Q 1-4
- 22. Exam QuestionA car with a mass of 1000 kg and moving at a speed of 30 m/s comes to rest over adistance of 100 metres.What is the force of friction (acting on the wheels of the car) which causes the car tostop? A) 3 000 N B) 3 500 N C) 4 000 N D) 4 500 N
- 23. Activity• Page 321, Q. 1-6
- 24. Summary• Newton’s 1st Law of Motion: If no net force acts on an object, it maintains its state of rest or its constant speed in a straight line.• Newton’s 2nd Law of Motion: If an unbalance force acts on an object, the object accelerates in the direction of the force. The acceleration varies inversely with the mass and directly with the force. F = ma.• Newton’s 3rd Law of Motion: For every action force, there is an equal and opposite reaction force.
- 25. Activity• Page 321, Q. 7-10

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