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  1. Newton's First and Second Law By Nadine Padilla & Adrian Cruz

  2. Newton's First Law

  3. NEWTONS FIRST LAW The inertia of the ball keeps it moving… is the only it starts to slow down The same property is shown here, but this time friction occurs between each bowl. Inertia still overcomes friction so the bowls stay in their vertical positions

  4. Newton’s second law Newton’s Second Law of Motion introduces one of the most important fundamental concepts in science: mass. Sir Isaac Newton used the word “mass” as a synonym for “quantity of matter.” Today, we more precisely define mass as a “measure of the inertia of a body.” The more mass an object has the more difficult it is to change its state of motion, whether it is at rest or moving in a straight line at a constant speed. Think of it this way: An elephant has more inertia than a mouse. It is much harder to push an elephant across a floor than it is a mouse, and much harder to stop the elephant once it is moving. Therefore, by definition, an elephant has more mass than a mouse Newton’s Second Law takes up where the First Law ends. The First Law describes inertia: A body will not change its existing state of motion without a net force acting on that body. In other words, without an outside force a body will remain still if still, or, if moving, keep moving in the same direction at a constant mass than a mouse.

  5. Newton’s second law In the first diagram two people are putting force to push the wagon and in the second diagram it is only one person.

  6. NEWTONS THIRD LAW We are going to get a ballon with mentos in it and attack it to the bottle of soda to see how big the ballon gets

  7. NEWTONS THIRD LAW 1.No forces applied to ballons . 2.Both push on ballons.