Newton's Laws of Motion
#NewtonsLaws #Kettner by Haley Gerth
Newton's First Law
Newton's first law states the an object in motion will stay in motion and an object at rest will stay at rest unless acted upon by an unbalanced force.
This image demonstrates the fist law of motion because the motorcycle is an object in motion then you have the brick wall which is your unbalanced force, the motorcycle then runs in to the brick wall.
this image also demonstrates the first law because you have Jim(guy on couch) sleeping so he is at rest, then you have Dave(guy standing up) as the outside force.
The image above explains the first law of motion by the sleeping (brown) dog as the object at rest and the black and white dog as the outside force.
Newton's Second Law
Newton's second law states the Force equals mass times acceleration.
This image explains the second law of motion because the image is the equation for force equals mass times acceleration.
This image describes the second law because this is saying that mass*acceleration=force.
The image above explains that the mass of the penguins multiplied by acceleration equals the amount of force it will take to move either penguin.
Newton's Third Law
Newton's third law is that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.
the image of the balloon pushing out air and the balloon moving forwards explains newtons third law of motion because the air coming is the reaction and the balloon moving forward is the equal and opposite reaction.
the two people on skateboards describes the third law of motion because the people pushing off each other is the reaction and the skateboard moving is the equal and opposite reaction.
The ghost on the skateboard above demonstrates the third law of motion because the ghost pushing off the wall is the action and the skateboard moving forward is the reaction.