Newton’s Third Law states that for every action there is a reaction. The reaction has the same magnitude but in the opposite direction of the action. For any action there needs to be two forces. Newton’s Third Law is apart of our daily lives. Examples of Newton’s Third Law is walking. As we push down on the ground the ground pushes upwards. This video will help explain Newton’s Third Law.
Free Body Diagrams are way to show how fores act upon an object. In this video you will learn how to create one. With the help of Mr. Andersen understanding Free Body Diagrams will be easy peasy.
Scalar and Vector are two different quantities. Both are very important. Within each group there are different forms of measurements. Scalar only measures magnitude. Vector measures magnitude and direction. This video will help you be able to identify the different measurements and which quantity they belong to.
Newton's First Law of Motion also known as Inertia states that an object at rest will stay at rest and an object in motion will stay in motion with the same speed and in the same direction unless an unbalanced force acts upon it. In this video, you will learn how Newton's First Law works in football. A game full of unbalanced forces and objects in motion who want to stay in motion. Inertia is more than football you may not realize but Inertia is happening every and all day.
Watching this video, will help you somewhat gain a bit of a better understanding of physics.Modern physics was created by Albert Einstein and Max Planck. Physics is the study of properties of matter,energy, and their mutual relationship.