Motion By: Katrina Blakney

Describe how Newton's 1st Law affects the motion.

Newton's 1st Law affects the car's motion because I pushed the car with an applied force, once I let it go it continued to roll because of inertia. It stopped due to friction.

Describe how Newton's 2nd Law affects the motion.

Newton's 2nd Law affects the car's motion because I pushed the car with a bigger force, so the car accelerated faster.

Describe how Newton's 3rd Law affects the motion.

Newton's 3rd Law affects the car's motion because when I pushed the car it rolled in the same direction I pushed it in. The action was when I pushed the car and the reaction was when it rolled in the same direction. When I pushed the car it's force pushed back on my hand, but because the car was so small I couldn't feel it.

Describe the forces involved in the motion of your object.

The car used applied force when I pushed it. After I pushed the car it used rolling force because it started rolling on its own. Then friction stopped the car, causing it not to move. All these forces used were unbalanced.

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