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# Newton's Laws of Motion PHY 11030-011

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notes on Newton's Laws
COURSE
7 Ideas That Shook The Universe
PROF.
Dr. Jonathan Secaur
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Class Notes
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1
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gravity, newton, motion, acceleration, Force, inertia, mass, weight, action, reaction, Aristotle, matter
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Date Created: 05/20/16
NEWTON’S LAWS OF MOTION 1. Objects at rest stay at rest and objects in motion stay in motion unless an outside force acts a. force changes motion b. rest feels the same as uniform motion i. you only feel changes in motion c. there’s no such thing as centrifugal force 2. Acceleration (change in motion) is directly proportional to applied force and inversely proportional to inertia (mass) a. a = f/m i. usually written as F = ma b. weight is not the same as mass c. mass is the property of an object (its inertia) d. weight = force of gravitation ON an object 3. Every action has an equal and opposite reaction a. forces always come in pairs i. force is a mutual interaction between objects b. nothing ever moves by itself c. motion is a sacred or conserved quantity ● Aristotle would have known this = that rest is the preferred or natural state of matter ● Newton realized that uniform, steady motion (constant speed in a straight line) is just as natural as rest ● Aristotle would’ve said that forces CAUSE motion

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