Notice that Newtons first law and second law talk about the forces on one body

Notice that newtons first law and second law talk

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-Notice that Newton’s first law and second law talk about the forces on one body (net force =0 on that body, it will rest or move with constant speed -1 st law; net force is not zero, then that body will have acceleration-2 nd law). - Notice that Newton’s third law (an action force and its reaction force) talk about the forces on different objects ! 2
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Chapter 2 Practice If mass and net force is tripled, how is the new acceleration compared to the original one? The same because acceleration is net force divided by the mass so if they are both tripled, it is the same ratio, just scaled (cancel each other out) Why doesn’t a heavy object accelerate more than a lighter object when free falling? Free falling is the same acceleration, it does not matter the weight (Newton’s 2 nd law) Apply force to wall, fingers bend, what is the force? Reaction force, the wall pushing the fingers back (Newton’s 3 rd law) Allison exerts steady net force of 50 on 20 shopping cart initially at rest for 2 seconds. Find the acceleration of the cart and shows that it moves a distance of 5m. Newton’s 2 nd law Lenny has mass of 100, on skateboarding going 9, comes to dead stop in .2 seconds. Initial speed is 9, final speed is 0. (0-9) -45= n/100 .2 Chapter 3 Momentum and Energy -Know the definition of momentum (=mv)
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