Force In motion

- By Brittaney Hamm?

Gravitational Force

- Gravitational Force is an extremely weak force in

comparison to the other forces. - Examples If two tennis balls are held one meter

apart, the gravitational force between them is

only o.oooooooooo1 newton.

Magnetic force

- Magnetic force, like electric forces, are very

large in comparison to gravitational forces. - Examples In fact, magnetic forces are produced

by moving electric charges.

Nuclear Force

- Nuclear forces are much stronger than any of the

other forces. - Examples The nuclear force holds the nuclear of

an atom together in spite of the strong electric

force of repulsion between its protons.

Newton's three laws

Newtons First law

- The first law says that an object at rest tends

to stay at rest, And an object in motion tends to

stay in motion, with the same direction and

Speed. - Examples With no outside forces this object will

never move. With no outside forces this object

will never stop.

Newtons Second law

- The second law says that the acceleration of an

object produced by a net (total) applied forces

is directly related to the magnitude of the

force, And inversely related to the mass of the

object (inverse is value that is one over another

number the inverse of 2 is ½) - Examples Fma the more force the more

acceleration.

Newtons Third law

- The third law says that for every action (force)

there's is an equal and opposite reaction

(force). - Examples Is similar to a kick when a gun fires a

bullet forward.

The formulas of motion

FMxA

- A force accelerates a mass.
- A force is measured in terms of the acceleration

it gives to a standard mass. - For an example you would have multiply 90/109

MF/A

- A force accelerates a mass.
- A force is measured in terms of the acceleration

it gives to a standard mass. - For an example you would have to divide 20/54

AF/M

- A force accelerates a mass.
- A force is measured in terms of the acceleration

it gives to a standard mass. - For an example you would have to divide 144/12

12

WMxG

- A force accelerates a mass.
- A force is measured in terms of the acceleration

it gives to a standard mass. - For an example you would have to multiply 12x12

144

GW/M

- A force accelerates a mass.
- A force is measured in terms of the acceleration

it gives a standard mass. - For an example you would have to divide 45/95

thats how you would solve the problem.

MW/G

- A force accelerates a mass.
- A force is measured in terms of the acceleration

it gives to a standard mass. - For an example you could do 64/ 8 and then you

would have to find out the acceleration to solve

it.

Dynamics

- Dynamics is deals with the cause of motion

(forces) rather than motion itself.