Newtons laws

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Newtons laws

Newton's Law in Sports

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1st Law

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An example of Newton's 2nd law is when you have a larger football player and a smaller football player and they collided. The larger football player may not conqure the smaller foot ball palyer because the samller guy may have more force and the larger guy mave have more mass so when they collied they even out. An example of Newton's 3rd law is when you lean up against the wall. The wall pushes back the same amount of force you put on the wall or ekse you would just fall trough.

An example of Newton's 1st law is when you have a base ball thrown, that baseball doesn't go a different direction until a baseball player hits it, the ball also doesn't move until a pitcher picks it up and throws it

2nd and 3rd law

1. Newtons 1st Law - If an obejt is in motion it will stay in motion unless an unbalenced force interferces and an object not in motion will stay still unless and unbalanced force interferes 2. Newtons 2nd Law - f=mxa3. Newtons 3rd Law - If you aplly a force on a object the object will aplly the same force back

Newtons laws of motion

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This picture demonstrates Newton's1st law because the runner is running until the other player hit him.

This picture demonstrates Newton's 2nd law becausethe sumo mave have more mass but the kid may hae more force.

This picture demonstrates Newton's 3rd law becausethe girl pushes on the ground so the ground pushes the same amount of force back in the opposite direction

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