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Title: The Dynamics Of Newton's Laws(Haley Prater)


1
The Forces Of Motion
  • By Haley Prater
  • Mr. Frazier
  • Social Studies

2
Gravitational Force
  • Definition- The force of attraction between all
    masses in the universe especially the attraction
    of the earth's mass for bodies near its surface.

3
Magnetic Force
  • Definition- Associated with electric currents as
    well as magnets.

4
Electrical Force
  • Definition- An attractive or repulsive
    electrostatic force.

5
Newtons Three Laws Of Motion
  • By Haley Prater

6
First Law
  • Definition- An object in motion will stay in
    motion, an object at rest will stay at rest
    unless acted on by an out side object

7
Second Law
  • Second law The acceleration of a body is
    directly proportional to, and in the same
    direction as, the net force acting on the body,
    and inversely proportional to its mass. Thus, F
    ma, where F is the net force acting on the
    object, m is the mass of the object and a is the
    acceleration of the object.

8
Third Law
  • Third law When one body exerts a force on a
    second body, the second body simultaneously
    exerts a force equal in magnitude and opposite in
    direction to that of the first body.

9
Newtons Laws Pertain to History class
  • The First law of motion is just like a tool the
    Greeks invented. A catapult.
  • The Second law is like a Ox drawn plow.
  • The third law relates to a ice skating.

10
The study of forces which cause motion.
Dynamics
11
Other Forces
  • There are other forces than magnetic, electric,
    and gravitational, but they arent observable.
    They are nuclear, weaker interaction and stronger
    interaction. They are rarely observed because
    they exist only inside the nucleus.

12
FMxA
  • The formula would be used to get the force. You
    will multiply mass times acceleration, and then
    get the total amount of force that is applied.
  • If the mass is 20g, and the acceleration is 40g.
    You multiply them together. So the amount of the
    force is 800g.

13
MF/A
  • The formula would be used to get the force. You
    will divide force by acceleration, and then get
    the total amount of mass that is applied.
  • If the force is 700, and the acceleration is 7.
    You divide 700/7. the amount of mass would be
    100.

14
AF/M
  • The formula would be used to get the
    acceleration. You will divide force by mass, and
    then get the total amount of acceleration that is
    applied.
  • If the force is 80, and the mass is 2. You divide
    80/2. The amount of acceleration would be 40.

15
WMxG
  • The formula would be used to get the weight. You
    will multiply mass by gravity, then get the total
    amount of weight that is applied.
  • If the mass is 0, and the gravity is 300 . You
    multiply 0x300. The amount of weight would be
    300.

16
MW/G
  • The formula would be used to get the mass. You
    will divide weight by gravity, then get the total
    amount of mass that is applied.
  • If the weight is 3, and the gravity is 1 . You
    divide 1/3. The amount of mass would be 3.

17
GW/M
  • The formula would be used to get the amount of
    gravity. You will divide weight by mass, then get
    the total amount of gravity that is applied.
  • If the weight is 70, and the mass is 7 . You
    divide 70/7. The amount of gravity would be 10.
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