Which of the three laws deals with interactions?
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Newton's three laws of motions are good foundation for classical mechanics.in newton's three laws he describe about the relationship between a body and force acting upon it and also motion with respect to the forces. Newton’s first law of motion:an object at rest and an object in motion stays in motion with the same speed and in same direction unless an external force acting on object.sometimes it also refers to law of inertia. Example:if you are in a car,moving at 400 km/h you are also moving in 400 km/h and If driver suddenly applies the brake,you will slide forward and then slam back.otherwise you will move in constant velocity. Newton’s second law of motion: According to newton's second...
Textbook: Conceptual Physics
Author: Paul G. Hewitt
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