Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Newtons Law of motion

  • Who is Sir Isaac Newton? Sir Isaac Newton is a scientist and philosopher who live around the 16 and 17 century. Sir Issac Newton is the person who created the laws for why things move and what cause its to move. They are called Newtons law
  • Explain the 3 Laws? There are three laws which makes up the Newton laws of motion. The first one is called The law of inertia states that an object will be at rest or stay in a constant motion unless it is compelled by an external force. Law two, The law of acceleration, this law explains how the velocity of the object changes, so the law acceleration states that the greater the mass of an object the more force it will take to accelerate the object, Force = mass x acceleration (F=mxa) Law Three, The law of Action/Reaction, This law states that for every actions there is an equal and opposite reaction. For example imagine an trampoline, The action is you pushing down on the tramp and the reaction is the tramp pushing you back up the tramp.
  • How did the game ‘inertia ball’ demonstrate Newton’s Laws? The game inertia ball demonstrated the newtons law a lot. The game demonstrated the law of action/reaction because when we threw the ball at the ball it would react and would bounce back to us. The game also demonstrated the law of inertia because if when we didn't throw balls and the moon ball is would stay in a constant motion going in its direction until it was hit by another ball. The game also demonstrated the law of acceleration because the amount of force on the ball depended the size of the ball, so when we threw the basketball we need more force to throw it because it was the ball with the most mass.

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