The Dynamics of Newtons laws

- By Ragen Craycraft ?

Magnetic Force

- The force exerted between magnetic poles,

producing magnetization. - Magnetic forces are very large in comparison to

gravitational forces.In fact magnetic forces are

produced by moving electric charges.

Electronic Force

- Electric force is a force that appears when you

push or pull on something with your hands.

Gravitational Force

- Is a force that the earth pulls down to the

center of the earth, for instance when drop a

book onto the ground its the force that pulls

the book to the ground. Its similar to a magnetic

force but, its a force that pulls it down to the

earths center.

Weak interaction and nuclear force

- A fundamental interaction between elementary

particles that is several orders of magnitude

weaker than the electromagnetic interaction and

is responsible for some particle decay, nuclear

beta decay, and neutrino absorption and emission.

Also called weak force.

Newtons first law

- An object at rest will stay at rest, an object in

motion stays in motion. Until a force is acted

upon it. - Example pushing against someone.

Newton's second law

- The second law says that the acceleration of an

object is produced by a net applied force is

directly related to the magnitude of the force ,

the same direction as the force, and inversely

related to the mass over the object. - Example A car going 60 miles per hour into a

brick wall.

Newtons third law of motion

- Newton's Third Law
- A force is a push or a pull upon an object that

results from its interaction with another object - If it pushes on you, you push on it.

FM x A

- Force is Mass times Acceleration.
- Example if a car has a mass of 700kg and a

driver pushes the car with an acceleration of

20mph then 700201400.

MF/A

- MassForce divided by acceleration.
- M5.3/3.5 1.6kg.

AF/M

- Acceleration force divided by mass.
- Example a56/12
- A 4.66

WMxG

- Weak interactionw mass times gravity.
- Example w 14lbs x 700.
- W9800.

M W/G

- Mass week interaction divided by gravity.
- M2500/800.
- M3.125

Gw/m

- Gravity weak interaction divided by mass.
- G75/2
- G37.5.