Newton's Laws of Motion

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Newton's Laws of Motion

Newton's Laws of Motion

Newton's First Law states that if an object is motion, it tends to stay in motion. If at rest, the object tends to stay at rest unless acted upon an outside force. Such as a hand, ground, or another object.

Newton's First Law of Motion

Newton's Second Law states that an object will accelerate if a force is applied to an object. This means that if you push a ball, the ball will roll faster.

Newton's Second Law of Motion

Newton's Second Law states that an object will accelerate if a force is applied to an object. This means that if you push a ball, the ball will roll faster.

Newton's Third Law of Motion

Did You Know?Newton's First Law has to do with how tornadoes move? Tornadoes would stay stationary, but they need the force of the storm's winds to push it along!

Sir Isaac Newton created the three laws of motion in 1687. But he wasn't just famous for his study in motion, he is also known for his studies in optics, and the development of calculus.


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