This video explains Newton's Third Law of Motion and how it applies to our day to lives and what we observe. Objects would not move in response, we could not be touched without being touched, birds would not fly, and so much more. This law also highlights the importance of mass and it having an effect on how much it accelerates. The larger the mass the slower the acceleration and vice versa. These forces (action and reaction) always act in pairs, on different objects, and in equal magnitude and opposite direction.
Newton's Second Law of Motion applies to all objects. What this law is trying to emphasize is that, the greater the mass of an object, the greater is the gravitational force of attraction between it and Earth, therefore a greater force needs to be applied for it to move. When it comes to the acceleration of an object, it not only depends on a force, but also on the object's resistance to motion, which is its inertia.
Acceleration is the rate of change of an object's velocity. But, remember that velocity is how fast an object is moving in a specific direction. So, acceleration means an object is speeding up, slowing down, or a change in direction.
Newton's First Law is the basic of physics. It explains to us why objects move and why they don't A world without it wouldn't make sense. Newton's First Law, are the ways in which motion can be explained. He put forth a variety of laws starting with this one. This law is sometimes also referred to the Law of Inertia
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