Science Motion Project
Jaeden Joyner, Jade Johnson, Julia Kreiser, Alex Pruitt
Newton's Three Laws
In this experiment, we demonstrated on all of Newton's three laws.
For Newton's first law, it was described by the object was still until it was acted upon by an external force and kept going until someone stopped it.
For Newton's second law, when the pusher delivered a larger force, the car accelerated at a much faster pace.
And lastly, for Newton's third law when the person pushed the car, the car delivered a force back on the person. When the person stopped the car, the car applied an equal and opposite force on the person.
The forces involved in the motion of the car are the push, friction, and gravity. As you can tell by the graph, the forces are unbalanced.