Race Car Motion

BY: Emory Grace, Caroline, and Zoe

Newton's First Law of motion effects the race car by...
Pushing the race car while it was at rest and stopping it while it was in motion.

Newton's Second Law effects the race car
by...
The more force you place upon the car the more acceleration the car will have. The less force you place upon the car the less acceleration the car will have.
Newton's Third Law effects the car
by...
The race car hitting the ruler which made the car bounce back because of the opposite equal amount of force.
At the beginning the forces were balanced, then the forces became unbalanced and accelerated, decelerated, then accelerated again. There was a pushing force that made the car accelerate. There was also a frictional force which made the car decelerate.

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