# newton webquest - EVELYN BAUTISTA-PABLO - Name:evelyn...

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Name:evelyn bautista Period 4a Date 4/25/2017_ Newton’s Laws WebQuest Introduction Explain each of Newton’s three laws in your own words: A. Law of Inertia this law is newtons first law and it states that an object at rest stays at rest and an object in motion stays in motion with the same speed and same direction B. Law of Force and Acceleration C. Law of Action/Reaction 1. Part 1 - ( ) 2. Watch the truck and ladder animation. What is another name for Newton’s First Law? 3. What do people wear in cars to protect themselves against this law? 4. Investigate and apply Newton’s Laws to vehicle restraints . a. Go to b. Choose one of the eight videos and observe Newton’s Laws in relation to car crashes. c. Describe 3 ways that Newton’s Laws can apply in a car crash. First Law could relate to the crash when you have two cars accelerating toward each other,one car sitting still, while another is heading towards it, and then when two cars collide, causing a crash d. Compare and contrast the results of a crash while the passengers are not wearing seat belts and while they are wearing seat belts.

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