The Dynamics of Newtons Laws

- By Hannah Jobe

Magnetic Force

- A magnetic force is a force that is produced by

electric charge. - An example would be trying to stick two opposite

sides of magnets together and feeling the force

between them.

Electric Force

- An electric force is a force that results from

electron repulsion of two objects. - An example would be a push or shove. Also, the

force between an automobiles tires and the road.

Gravitational Force

- A gravitational force is the force that pulls

objects to the ground. Plus, it is the weakest of

the visual forces. - An example of this would be throwing a football.

It will eventually come down to the ground from

gravity.

Weak Interaction Nuclear Force

- These are the forces that arent visible to the

human eye. We can only see them with a

microscope. Plus, they are to small to interact

with anything because they are inside the nucleus

of a cell.

Newtons First Law

- Newtons first law states that an object that is

at rest ends to stay at rest, and an object in

motion tends to stay in motion, with the same

direction and speed. - An example of this would be throwing a football

or Frisbee.

Newtons Second Law

- Newtons second law states that the acceleration

of an object is produced by a net(total) applied

force is directly related to the magnitude of the

force. - An example of this is nailing nails into boards

with a hammer.

Newtons Third Law

- Newtons third law states that for every

action(force) there is an equal and opposite

reaction(force). - An example would be sitting in a chair because

you have to have an equal amount of force of

holding yourself up and sitting yourself down as

you sit in the chair so it wont collapse.

FMA

- The formula FMA is stating force equals mass

times acceleration. - An example of this would be nailing nails into

boards because you have to use a hammer which is

the acceleration and then how big the hammer is

creates mass and then it all creates a force.

MF/A

- The formula MF/A is stating that mass equals

force divided by acceleration. - An example would be pushing someone in a chair

because the force is the person pushing then the

acceleration is how big or small the person is

and it all equals the mass by how far or long

they travel.

AF/M

- The formula AF/M states that acceleration equals

force divided by mass. - An example of this would be a small car going at

a fast speed.

WMG

- This formula states weight equals mass times

gravity. - An example of this would be person jumping off a

diving board.

MW/G

- This formula states that mass equals weight

divided by gravity. - An example of this formula would be someone

smaller size jumping of a cliff.

GW/M

- This formula states that gravity equals weight

divided by mass. - An example of this formula would be dropping a

marble from the top of a building.