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Laws of Physics
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by Ta'Sharde Graham
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Newton's laws of motion
Newton's Laws of motion has multiple parts within it. Such as the law of inertia, the law of force applied to an object, and how every action has an equal and opposite reaction.
Newton's laws of inertia
Newton's Laws of inertia is the first law i will talk about. For example when your sitting in the car and it suddenly stops,you feel like you're being pushed forward? Well, that's because of inertia! Newton's Law of Inertia says that an object at rest wants to stay at rest, and an object in motion wants to keep moving in the same direction and at the same speed unless something else acts on it. So, when the car stops,your body wants to keep moving forward because of inertia. pretty cool, right?
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Newton's laws of force applied to an object
Newton's Laws of force. So imagine you're playing a game of tug-of-war with your friends. The harder you pull the rope, the more force applied. Newton's law of force says that the amount of force you apply to an object is directly related to how much it moves or changes. So, if you pull very hard your friend might move towards you. It's all about how much force you use and how it affects the object.
Newton's laws of every reaction has a equal effect
Newton's Laws of every reaction has an equal effect. So basically, whenever something pushes or pulls on something else, the thing being pushed or pulled will push or pull back with the same amount of force. It's all about balance and how forces interact with each other. For example when your playing pool and you hit the white ball into another ball, which will put the same amount of force into the other ball.
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