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Force Motion Acceleration: Force is a push or a pull that affects an object's motion. Forces can be balanced or unbalanced.
Force and Motion
How does force impact the motion of an object?
If a force is unbalanced it will change the motion of an object If a force is balanced it won't change the motion of the object The force of friction is always opposite the direction of motion.
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Work together in pairs: Q: How does the size and direction of a force affect the motion of an object?
Brain Break: Draw a slice of pizza riding a skateboard.
What is the force that opposes motion?
1st Law (Law of Inertia): An object in motion stays in motion unless acted upon by an outside force. 2nd Law (Law of Acceleration): Force = Mass x Acceleration 3rd Law (Law of Action/Reaction): For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.
Newton's Laws of Motion
What is the formula for calculating force?
- Force = Distance / Time
- Force = Weight x Gravity
- Force = Mass x Acceleration
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How does Newton's First Law of Motion apply to a person in a moving car that suddenly stops? Hint: An object in motion stays in motion unless....
Brain Break: Would you rather have the ability to talk to animals or speak all human languages fluently?
- Talk to animals
- Speak all human languages fluently
Question: How can Newton's Laws of Motion be used to explain the motion of a baseball? Clues: • Newton's First Law states that an object at rest will remain at rest and an object in motion will remain in motion in a straight line. • Newton's Second Law explains how a force can cause an object to accelerate. • Newton's Third Law states that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. In pairs: Each partner select and solve one of the tasks: (write which task you do) A. Work in pairs to create a drawing that shows how Newton's Laws of Motion can explain the motion of a baseball. B. Explain the motion of the baseball through the drawing and use Newton's Laws of Motion to support each step of the explanation.
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