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SIR ISAAC NEWTON<br />Born - 1643<br />Trinity College, Cambridge - 1665<br />Reflecting telescope – 1668<br />Lucasian Pr...
38<br />SIR ISAAC NEWTON<br />
39<br />LAWS of MOTION<br />‘Principia Mathematica’ – 1687<br />Three Laws:<br />1st Law<br />BALANCED FORCES or INERTIA<b...
40<br />LAWS of MOTION<br />1st Law: Balanced Forces or 1nertia<br />2nd Law<br />UNBALANCED FORCES or DYNAMICS<br />Force...
41<br />LAWS of MOTION<br />1st Law: Balanced Forces or 1nertia<br />2ndLaw: Unbalanced Forces or Dynamic2<br />3rd Law<br...
42<br />LAWS of MOTION<br />Three Laws:<br />1st Law: Balanced Forces or 1nertia<br />2nd Law: Unbalanced Forces or Dynami...
43<br />FEEL the FORCE<br />Can you ?<br />
44<br />FEEL the FORCE<br />AIM:<br /><ul><li>To introduce Isaac Newton and his laws of motion.</li></ul>OBJECTIVES:<br />...
To correctly identify the laws.  </li></ul>FIN<br />
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Newton\'s Laws of Motion

  1. 1. “Feel the Force”<br />Richard Newman<br />1<br />
  2. 2. BRAINSTORMING<br />2<br />FAMOUS SCIENTISTS<br />
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  37. 37. SIR ISAAC NEWTON<br />Born - 1643<br />Trinity College, Cambridge - 1665<br />Reflecting telescope – 1668<br />Lucasian Prof. of Maths. - 1669<br />‘Principia Mathematica’ – 1687<br />President of Royal Society - 1703<br />‘Opticks’ – 1704<br />Knighted - 1705<br />Died - 1727<br />Buried in Westminster Abbey<br />37<br />
  38. 38. 38<br />SIR ISAAC NEWTON<br />
  39. 39. 39<br />LAWS of MOTION<br />‘Principia Mathematica’ – 1687<br />Three Laws:<br />1st Law<br />BALANCED FORCES or INERTIA<br />When no unbalanced force acts on an object, its state of motion will be unchanged.<br />"Standing still."<br />
  40. 40. 40<br />LAWS of MOTION<br />1st Law: Balanced Forces or 1nertia<br />2nd Law<br />UNBALANCED FORCES or DYNAMICS<br />Force = Mass x Acceleration<br />“Pushing a bicycle vs Pushing a car."<br />
  41. 41. 41<br />LAWS of MOTION<br />1st Law: Balanced Forces or 1nertia<br />2ndLaw: Unbalanced Forces or Dynamic2<br />3rd Law<br />ACTION and REACTION<br />To every force there is an equal and opposite force.<br />“Forces come in pairs."<br />
  42. 42. 42<br />LAWS of MOTION<br />Three Laws:<br />1st Law: Balanced Forces or 1nertia<br />2nd Law: Unbalanced Forces or Dynamic2<br />3rd Law: Action and R3action<br />
  43. 43. 43<br />FEEL the FORCE<br />Can you ?<br />
  44. 44. 44<br />FEEL the FORCE<br />AIM:<br /><ul><li>To introduce Isaac Newton and his laws of motion.</li></ul>OBJECTIVES:<br /><ul><li>To practically demonstrate / experience some aspects of the laws of motion.
  45. 45. To correctly identify the laws. </li></ul>FIN<br />
  46. 46. 45<br />LAWS of MOTION<br />

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