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Newton's first law (Objects in motion): the person in the rollercoaster is in motion and will continue to be in motion

Newton's Law (object in motion): an object in motion stays in motion with the same speed and in the same direction unless acted upon by an unbalanced force. The picture shows that the cooler coaster will stay in motion until a greater force stops it.

The 2nd law explains that force is equivalent to an objects mass times its acceleration. The force exerted on this football is equal to the mass of the players foot times his foot's acceleration.

The law explains that force is equivalent to an objects mass times its acceleration. The force exerted on this football is equal to the mass of the players foot times his foot's acceleration.

A car turning a corner: centripetal motion causes you to want to continue forward, but the frictional force causes the car to pull in a curve toward the center.

A car turning a corner: centripetal motion causes you to want to continue forward, but the frictional force causes the car to pull in a curve toward the center.

Machine simple (Mécanique appliquée

Machine simple (Mécanique appliquée

Normal Force: The upward force which acts upon an object resting on a horizontal surface, balancing the force of the weight of the object. In this picture the normal force balances with the boxes weight

Normal force is the upward force that balances the weight of an object resting on a horizontal surface. The box is resting on a horizontal surface. The normal force is what gives the surface support to hold the box horizontally.

mass is a quantity of matter, size, shape, or material can differ. Anything that is matter has some mass. For example, this silly elephant on roller skates has mass.

mass is a quantity of matter, size, shape, or material can differ. Anything that is matter has some mass. For example, this silly elephant on roller skates has mass.

A force is any influence that tends to accelerate an object. Also known as a push or pull. It is measured in newtons (N) and is a vector quantity.

Force: strength or power exerted upon an object (push or pull) This picture is demonstrating a little person pushing a box, thus apply a force to the box.

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