The Dynamics of Newton's Laws

- By Beckka Prewitt

The 5 Forces,

- 1. magnetic
- 2.electric
- 3. nuclear
- 4. gravitational
- 5.weak forces

magnetic

- Magnetic forces are produced by moving electric

charges. An example, is when you hold two

positive magnets towards each other, you can feel

the force against the magnets.

electric

- electric forces are when something exerts a

force on something else. Example when you push

someone into someone else,(like dominoes) the

energy moves from them to the next person.

gravitational

- Gravitational forces are like when you through a

basketball into the hoop. It comes back down.

Gravity pushes the basketball back down to the

ground. So it doesn't float.

Gravitational, electric, and, magnetic

- These three forces are able to be monitored on

earth. You can see them. Like dominoes,

basketballs, and magnets.

Weak Interactions and nuclear forces

- These forces CANNOT be monitored on planet

earth. They are so small they cannot be seen.

They appear to be located in the nucleus of

cells.

Newton's 1st Law Of Motion

Newtons 2nd law of Motion.

- Newton's 2nd law of motion states that, the

force of an object is equal to its mass times its

acceleration. Example if a beach ball rolls down

a hill, it will roll faster as it gets to the

bottom of the hill. - Fact you cannot know the
- acceleration unless you know
- its mass.

Newtons 3rd law of Motion.

- Newtons 3rd law of motion states that, for every

action there is an equal or opposite reaction.

Example if two bowling balls hit together, then

they will go the other way at the same pace.

Newtons 3rd law of Motion.

F MxA

- Force Mass x Acceleration.
- You would that the number of the mass and
- multiply by the acceleration, and you would get
- the number of the force.

MF/A

- Mass Force / Acceleration
- To get the mass, you have to divide the number of

force - times the number of acceleration.

AF/M

- Acceleration force / mass
- to get the acceleration you have to do force

divided by mass.

WMxG

- Weight mass x gravity
- To get the weight. You have to do the mass times

the gravity scale.

MW/G

- Mass weight / gravity
- To get the mass, you have to do the weight

divided by the gravity scale.

GW/M

- Gravity weight/mass
- To get the gravity number, you have to do the

weight divided by the mass.

- THE END!!!
- BYBECKKA
- PREWITT!!XD