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### 4) Ch 5--NEWTON'S LAW

Course: PHYS 151, Fall 2009
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5--Newton's Ch. Laws Chapter 5 NEWTON'S LAWS A.) Newton's Three Laws: 1.) Newton's First Law: In an inertial frame of reference, bodies in motion tend to stay in motion in a straight line, and bodies at rest tend to stay at rest, unless impinged upon by a net external force. a.) Example: When an object in space is given a quick push and then left alone, it will move with a constant velocity in the direction of...

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