The Dynamics of Newtons Laws.

- By Delaney Bromagen

Magnetic Force

- Magnetic forces are very large in comparison to

gravitational forces. They are produced by moving

electric charges. Electric and magnetic forces

are closely related.

Electric Force

- The force that appears when you push or pull

something. Repulsion develops as the electrons of

the hand are brought close to the electrons of an

object.

Gravitational Force

- Is an extremely weak force compared to the other

forces. If two tennis balls are held one meter

apart, the gravitational force between them is

only .00000000001.

Weak Interaction and Nuclear Force

- Nuclear forces are much stronger then any other

forces. It holds the nucleus of an atom together.

A second force also is inside the nucleus. It is

the weak interaction because some of the atoms

are known to break apart.

Newtons First Law and Real Life Example

- Newtons first law of motion is An object at

rest will stay in rest, unless acted upon by an

outside force. An example could be if you roll a

tennis ball on the floor it will keep going until

someone or something stops it.

Newtons Second Law and Example

- An unbalanced force causes acceleration. For

example, two cars, one car at rest while the

other collides into it fast when driving in a

straight line. The car at rest is acted upon by

the moving car.

Newtons Third Law and Real Life Example.

- This is the law of action and reaction. States

that every force is accompanied by an equal and

opposite force. - An example could be a charged body repels another

body.

FMA

- Force equals mass times acceleration
- An example could be the acceleration of a 2kg

brick thrown with a force of 4 newtons.

MF/A

- Motion- Force and acceleration.
- An example could be if you have an engine that

can provide a force of 5.6 newtons, and place the

engine on a cart so it accelerates at 3.5/s/s.

AF/M

- Acceleration force divided by mass
- Example- if the acceleration of a hammer is 6,

then the force could be 36 and the mass would be

6.

WMG

- Weight equals mass times gravity.
- An example could be if your weight is 48 then

your mass could be 24 and your gravity could be 2.

MW/G

- Mass equals weight divided by gravity.
- For example, if your cat has a mass of 24, the

weight could be 72 and the gravity 3.

GW/M

- Gravity equals weight divided by mass. An

airplane could have the gravity of 100, weight of

200, and mass of 2.