The Dynamics of Newtons Laws

- By Dalton Sparks

Magnetic Force

- Magnetic forces are produced by moving electrical

charges. - Magnetic and electric forces are very closely

related

Electric Forces

- The force that appears when you push something is

electric force. - This type of force develops as electrons of the

hand is brought close to the electrons of an

object.

Gravitational Force

- This type of force is extremely weak compared to

the other forces. - This force happens when things fall.

Weak interaction and nuclear

- Nuclear force is much stronger than any other

force. - This force holds together the nucleus of an atom

together. - Scientists believe that a second force exists in

the nuclei of an atom. Weak interaction is

believed to be the force that breaks atoms a part.

Newtons first law.

- Newtons first law of motion states that an

object in motion will stay in motion and an

object at rest will stay at rest unless an

outside force is acted upon it. - If you were to throw a ball the ball would keep

going until friction in the air stops it and

gravity pulls it down.

Newtons second law

- Newtons second law states that when an

unbalanced force acts upon a body the body will

accelerated. - For example if you were to hit a ball the ball

would go in the direction that the objects force

is going.

Newtons third law

- Newtons third law states that for every action

there is an equal and opposite reaction. - For example when you shoot a gun the gun will

shoot but also kick back because its a form of

recoil.

FMA

- This formula means that force is equal to mass

multiplied by acceleration. - That means that if a car has a mass of 1,000 N

and it is accelerating by 20N its force would be

20,000.

MF/A

- This formula means that mass is equal to the

force of an object divided by its acceleration. - An example of this is if a car has a force of

2000N and an acceleration of 40N its mass would

be 500.

AF/m

- This means that an objects acceleration can be

found by dividing its force by its mass. - For example if a car has a force of 100N and a

mass of 10N its acceleration would be 10N.

WMG

- This formula states that an objects weight can

be found by dividing its mass by its

gravitational pull. - For example if a car has a mass of 100 N and a

gravitational pull of 10N then its weight would

be 10N.

Mw/G

- This means that an objects mass is equal to the

weight of an object divided by its gravitational

pull. - For example if a car weighs 100N and has a

gravitational pull of 5 N its mass is 20N.

GW/M

- This formula means that an objects gravitational

pull is equal to its weight divided by its mass. - For example if a car has a weight of 100N and a

mass of 10N its gravitational pull is 10N