Newtons Laws of Motion
By Kara P.
The first picture below represents an object in motion stays in motion. When your in a car moving at the speed of 35 mph and you stomp on the brakes, your body is still in motion. that is why you wear a seat belt so you don't go throw the windshield. So the seat belt is the force that acts on you so you stop moving.
The second picture below represents the second law of motion. The force of an object is equal to its mass times its acceleration. A net force changes a velocity on an object. The acceleration of and object depends on its mas
s. More mass equals less acceleration, less mass more acceleration.
The third picture below represents the third law of motion. For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. When an object exerts a force on a second object, the second item exerts an equal force on the next object in the opposite direction. The force that exerted on the first object is its action force. The force that was exerted by the second object is it's reaction force.