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Unformatted text preview: 1 Newton’s Third Law Physics 1301, Fall 2011: Class 13 Monday, October 3, 2011 Tutors: Physics (Tate) 137 Exam Average: 78 More lunch/rb times 2 3 Objectives: Monday, October 3 • Newton’s 2 nd Law demonstrations • Newton’s Third Law • Problems using Newton’s Third Law 4 Demonstrations • 1g10.10: Cart, mass and pulley with motion detector • 1g10.22 Accelerated instructor • 1g10.25 Acceleration block • 1g10.28 Spring-launched carts • 1g10.40 Atwood’s machine Newton’s Laws • I. Inertia. No changes without force. • II. F=ma. Acceleration proportional to force. • III. Force of A on B produces equal and opposite force of B on A 5 Question • A car travelling at 20.0 m/s hits a mosquito. Which of the following statements is true? • (a) The force of the car on the mosquito is larger than the force of the mosquito on the car. • (b) The force of the mosquito on the car is greater than the force of the car on the mosquito....
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Class 13 - 1 Newton’s Third Law Physics 1301, Fall 2011:...

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