# the dynamics of newtons laws - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

View by Category
Title:

## the dynamics of newtons laws

Description:

### the dynamics of newtons laws – PowerPoint PPT presentation

Number of Views:25
Slides: 15
Provided by: brandon1999
Transcript and Presenter's Notes

Title: the dynamics of newtons laws

1
The Dynamics of Newton's Law
• By Brandon Slone

2
Magnetic Force
• A force that is created by magnetics.
• It is like a ride at the fair.
• Two magnets pull or push together creating
magnetic force. A magnet has two sides positive
and
• Negative. When two of the same sides are put
together
• They push away from each other.
• Positive-positive
• Negative to negative

3
Electrical force
• Electrical force is when two or more objects come
together or touch. Like pushing or giving high
fives.

4
Gravitational force
• The force that keeps people from floating away
and what must go up must come down. A football
being thrown and being caught by some one on the
ground.

5
Weak interactions and nuclear force
• Weak interaction is the interaction when an atom
gets broken down into smaller atoms.
• Nuclear force-a very strong force.

6
Newton's first law of motion
• Acceleration is what this law is about.
• AF/M The formula that is used to calculate
acceleration. Acceleration is what is used to
determine how fast something is falling.

7
Second law of motion
• The second law of motion says that the
acceleration of an object produced by a net total
applied force is directly related to the
magnitude of the force , the same direction as
the force, and inversely related to the mass of
the object.

8
Third law of motion
• For every action there is an equal and opposite
reaction.

9
FMA
• FORCE OF AN OBJECT IS CALCULATED BY THE
MESUREMENT OF MASS TIMES ACCELERATION.

10
MF/A
• MASS IS CALCULATED BY FORCE TIMES ACCELERATION.

11
AF/M
• ACCELERATION IS CALCULATED BY FORCE DIVIDED BY
MASS.

12
WMG
• WEIGHT IS CALCULATED BY MASS TIMES GRAVITY.

13
MWG
• MASS IS ALSO CALCULATED BY WEIGHT TIMES GRAVITY.

14
GW/M
• GRAVITY IS CALCULATED BY WEIGHT DIVIDED BY MASS.