08 - Newton's 1st Law

08 - Newton's 1st Law - Newton's Laws For next time:...

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Newton’s Laws For next time: Reading: 5.4-5.6 Homework: Chapter 5 problems 2, 6, 12
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Pretest #3 (“the crate in the snow”) a v
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Pretest #3 (“the crate in the snow”) F by snow F by gravity
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Pretest #3 (“the crate in the snow”) F by snow ? F by gravity
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Which is true as the crate moves down through the snow and slows down? A. Upward force by snow is greater than downward force by gravity. B. Upward force by snow is equal to downward force by gravity. C. Upward force by snow is smaller than downward force by gravity.
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Motion (kinematics) Forces (dynamics) C au s e
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Types of Forces Noncontact Forces Contact Forces Pushes Pulls Electromagnetic
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Types of Forces Noncontact Forces Contact Forces Gravitational Pushes Pulls Electromagnetic
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Types of Forces Noncontact Forces Contact Forces Gravitational Pushes Pulls W Electromagnetic
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Types of Forces Noncontact Forces Contact Forces Gravitational Pushes Pulls Electric Magnetic W Electromagnetic
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Types of Forces Noncontact Forces Contact Forces Gravitational Pushes Pulls Electric Magnetic W Electromagnetic M
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Types of Forces Noncontact Forces Contact Forces Gravitational Nuclear Pushes Pulls Electric Electromagnetic W Magnetic M
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