Newtons Laws of Motion
Newtons First Law definition:
Details: A object at rest, remains at rest unless an unbalanced force acts upon it.
Inertia, Kicking a soccer ball while its at rest (ex. of inertia) A car crashing into a wall (ex.#2 of inertia)
Driving your car and slowing down fast is an example of inertia in everyday life.
Newtons Second Law definition: The greater the mass, the greater the amount of force needed to accelerate
Details: A bigger engine in a bigger vehicle, bigger muscles for a bigger person, more thrust in a bigger rocket
SoccerBall and A Basketball dropped from a building at the same time, is an example of newtons seccond law
Pushing or pulling a door open is an example of net force in everyday life
Newtons Third Law: For every action, there is an equal and oppisite re-action
Dribbiling a basketball, Thrust from a rocket, Down Force, and Also when you jump in the air.
When a bird flies it pushes air down, pushing the bird up, this is an example of newtons 3rd law in everyday life.