THE DYNAMICS OF NEWTONS LAWS

- BY E. Izaguirre

MAGNETIC FORCE

- Was one of the most observable interactions.
- It travels trough space
- When two magnets attract each other to create

motion is when we observe a magnetic force. - A train can use a magnetic force.

ELECTRIC FORCE

- It is one of the most observable forces.
- It travels through mass.
- When an object is being pushed but there is

another object besides it, the force travels

through the other object as well.

GRAVITATIONAL FORCE

- It travels through space.
- When you drop a ball in the ground you are

observing a gravitational force.

WEAK INTERACTION AND NUCLEAR FORCE

- This two forces are rarely seen because they

exist inside the nucleus. - When you see an explosion you are observing a

nuclear force.

NEWTONS FIRST LAW

- Newtons first law states An object in

motion will stay in motion unless acted upon by

an outside force. - When running I will be in motion, until a force

acts upon me.

NEWTONS SECOND LAW

- Newtons second law states When a force acts

upon an object the object will accelerate. - If I throw a football in the air it will

accelerate because I acted upon it.

NEWTONS THIRD LAW

- Newtons third law states For every action

there is an equal and opposite reaction. - When I use a rubber band and I stretch it I am

causing an action but when I release it, it is

causing a reaction equal to mine.

FM(A)

- F force
- Mmass
- ()multiply
- Aacceleration
- If you damaged your car and wanted to know how

much force you applied to cause this damage, and

you only knew your mass and acceleration you

could figure it out. - X 1500(100mph)

MF/A

- Mmass
- Fforce
- / divide
- A acceleration
- If you wanted to know the mass of an airplane

that was moving at 170mph and had a force of

7000newtons. - M 7000/170

AF/M

- Aacceleration
- Fforce
- /divide
- Mmass
- If a car was driving with a force of 2300lbs and

a mass of 1500mewtons. - A 2300/1500

W M(G)

- Wweight
- Mmass
- ()multiply
- Ggravity
- If you wanted to know how much a book weighted

and you knew its mass and gravity.

MW/G

- Mmass
- Wweight
- /divide
- Ggravity
- If you wanted to know the mass of a box whose

weight is 35lbs and the gravity pulling on it is

5. - M35/5

GW/M

- Ggravity
- Wweight
- /divide
- Mmass
- If you wanted to know how much gravity is pulling

on you and you weighted 150lbs and your mass was

50. - G150/50