Attribution Non-Commercial (BY-NC)

10 views

Attribution Non-Commercial (BY-NC)

- g484 Module 1 4.1.1 Newtons Laws
- Terminal Velocity Examples
- b. June 11-13 (Law of Inertia)
- engineering MECHANics
- Dynamics Handout
- Lab Report A763319
- g484 module 1 4 1 1 newtons laws
- Introduction of Mechanics Lecture Notes 3 for Students
- 11 Handbook - Syllabus Jan 2013
- DYNAMIC TUTORIAL
- PHY2048L Syllabus
- Drag Terminal Speed Sears
- 12gen2007 uploadato.pdf
- the nature of the scientist djohn2 (2)
- Chapter 14
- civil-b.docx
- 5 unit review
- Force & Friction
- 02 lectureoutline
- lesson plan 2

You are on page 1of 35

Indicator

PS-5.7: Explain the motion of objects on the basis of Newtons three laws of motion.

Objectives

1. 2. 3.

State the meaning of Newtons laws of motion in your own words. Apply Newtons laws of motion to real-life scenarios. Construct cause-and-effect models/scenarios that demonstrate Newtons laws of motion.

What is a force?

Force

A push or pull that one object exerts on another object

Newtons (N) A newton is the amount of force required to accelerate a 1 kilogram object at a rate of 1 meter/second/second

1 newton = 1 kg m/s/s or 1 kg m/s2

Balanced Forces

Equal in size or magnitude Opposite in direction Balanced forces do NOT cause a change in motion

Unbalanced Forces

Not equal in size and/or direction Unbalanced forces cause a change in motion An unbalanced force is called a NET FORCE

Label each example as balanced or unbalanced forces and explain the direction of acceleration (if any).

The velocity of an object will remain constant unless a net force acts on it.

If an object is moving, it will continue to move with the same speed in the same direction unless a net force acts on it.

If an object is at rest it will stay at rest unless a net force acts on it. Objects keep doing the same thing unless something causes them to change.

Law of Inertia

Inertia

Tendency of an object an object to resist a change in motion Inertia means that the objects motion will stay constant in terms of speed and direction Depends on the mass of an object Does NOT depend of the presence of gravity

An objects inertia is the same on Earth and in space

It is more difficult to change the motion of bowling ball than the motion of a golf ball

Inertia at Work

Restate Newtons First Law of Motion in your own words. What is inertia?

What are some examples of Newtons First Law of Motion?

Friction

Unbalanced force that opposes or slows down the motion of an object Contact force caused when two objects are touching Converts motion into heat

Types of Friction

Static: two objects not moving Sliding: two objects sliding past each other

Rolling: two objects rolling past each other Fluid: viscous friction gases or liquids

Which object has the greater inertia?

When a net force acts on an object the object will accelerate in the direction of the net force.

If you push or pull an object it will accelerate in the direction of the force

Change in speed Change in direction

The larger the net force the faster the acceleration The larger the mass the smaller the acceleration.

An object with a smaller mass has LESS INERTIA Easier to accelerate a small mass More difficult to accelerate a large mass that has more inertia

F = force (N) m = mass (kg)

a = acceleration (m/s2)

A hockey puck on ice or a hockey puck on uncut grass?

An empty suitcase or a suitcase full of bricks?

If the mass of a rock is doubled, what happens to its acceleration if the force does NOT change?

Air Resistance

The force of air exerted on a falling object

Fluid Friction

The air pushes up as gravity pulls down

Terminal Velocity

The highest velocity an falling object will reach An object reaches its terminal velocity when the force of air resistance = the force of gravity

The skydiver will reach its terminal velocity as the force of air resistance will equal the force of gravity.

What causes each object to accelerate? Which object will hit the ground hit the ground first? Why? How does this relate to the 1st and 2nd Laws of Motion?

When one object exerts a force on a second object, the second one exerts a force on the first that is equal in magnitude and opposite in direction.

For every action force, there is an equal and opposite reaction force

Equal in magnitude Opposite in direction

While driving down the road, a firefly strikes the windshield of a bus and makes a quite obvious mess in front of the face of the driver. This is a clear case of Newton's third law of motion. The firefly hit the bus and the bus hits the firefly. Which of the two forces is greater: the force on the firefly or the force on the bus?

Look at the picture below and try to identify at least 4 pairs of action-reaction forces.

Complete the worksheets for Newtons Laws of Motion according to the directions.

- g484 Module 1 4.1.1 Newtons LawsUploaded byOMEDINED
- Terminal Velocity ExamplesUploaded byphydotsi
- b. June 11-13 (Law of Inertia)Uploaded byjoan marie Pelias
- engineering MECHANicsUploaded byMTU imphal
- Dynamics HandoutUploaded byRaefah Wahid
- Lab Report A763319Uploaded byDavid Evans
- g484 module 1 4 1 1 newtons lawsUploaded byapi-236179294
- Introduction of Mechanics Lecture Notes 3 for StudentsUploaded byjianghui
- 11 Handbook - Syllabus Jan 2013Uploaded bymullana
- DYNAMIC TUTORIALUploaded byMahfuzah Mustapha
- PHY2048L SyllabusUploaded byRuthNPC
- Drag Terminal Speed SearsUploaded byfrgonzalez
- 12gen2007 uploadato.pdfUploaded byAnonimo
- the nature of the scientist djohn2 (2)Uploaded byapi-284932095
- Chapter 14Uploaded bySteven Sun
- civil-b.docxUploaded bySyed Muzzamil Shah
- 5 unit reviewUploaded byapi-269872630
- Force & FrictionUploaded bybinu_praveen
- 02 lectureoutlineUploaded byapi-225960274
- lesson plan 2Uploaded byapi-317723704
- lesson plan 2Uploaded byapi-317723704
- Newtons Laws of Motion.pdfUploaded byRohit
- bell work 16-17Uploaded byapi-341833966
- ARticulo_Ley de La GravedadUploaded byDaniel Morales
- 98 Tet 11th Phy Notes EmUploaded byVijay Kumar
- prs_11_03_05solUploaded byJoØrsh Ênrique Tu Xikytø NînîØflow
- using trade secrets motivation to beat the gameUploaded byapi-384575034
- Summative Test 1 for Quarter 1Uploaded byApple Jeany
- vector_solved.pdfUploaded bytopherski
- EnrichmentUploaded byChristine Joy Aguilar

- plasma membrane componentsUploaded byapi-236331206
- 2 1-2 4 chester study guide answersUploaded byapi-236331206
- chester nov 6 study guideUploaded byapi-236331206
- history 9th notes chpt 10 4Uploaded byapi-236331206
- chester nov 4 ch 2 homeworkUploaded byapi-236331206
- swain nov 4Uploaded byapi-236331206
- brantley oct 30 notesUploaded byapi-236331206
- english 8th grade study guide for informational text short storiesUploaded byapi-236331206
- brantley notes oct 28Uploaded byapi-236331206
- ch 3 history study guide 8thUploaded byapi-236331206
- more mitosisUploaded byapi-236331206
- mitosisUploaded byapi-236331206
- force practice problemsUploaded byapi-236331206
- history 9th grade chapter 8-3Uploaded byapi-236331206
- english notes 8th indefinite pronounsUploaded byapi-236331206
- chester oct 7 notesUploaded byapi-236331206
- chester oct 4 notesUploaded byapi-236331206
- chester sep 27 notesUploaded byapi-236331206
- brantley oct 4 homeworkUploaded byapi-236331206
- brantley oct 4 notesUploaded byapi-236331206
- cell review guide gwaltneyUploaded byapi-236331206
- english notes 8th subjectverb agreementUploaded byapi-236331206
- active transportUploaded byapi-236331206
- cellmembranessUploaded byapi-236331206
- passive and active transportUploaded byapi-236331206
- osmosisUploaded byapi-236331206
- solutions and diffusionUploaded byapi-236331206
- chester sept 18 notesUploaded byapi-236331206
- brantley sept 18 notesUploaded byapi-236331206

- GRADUATION SPEECHUploaded byPamela Williams
- BSCEUploaded byPuma Tychingco Rañeses
- Schedule MW Spring 2011Uploaded byHussain Lalji
- Collaborative Planning, Forecasting and Replenishment_HOKEY WIN.pdfUploaded byAriel Alejandro Kozakevich
- Math 11121Uploaded byMike Van Kleef
- Java 54646Uploaded bysamiulla394
- Analysis and Design of Current Regulators Using Complex VectorsUploaded bysndeepak
- ACT & SAT Formula SheetUploaded byD4wgY
- (IEEE Press Series on RF and Microwave Technology) Paul F. Goldsmith-Quasioptical Systems_ Gaussian Beam Quasioptical Propogation and Applications (IEEE Press Series on RF and Microwave Technology)-Wi.pdfUploaded byHa Tran Khiem
- 274-1040-1-PBUploaded byShrinivas Saptalakar
- Basic Math, Economics, & Stats TestUploaded bydocstock2012
- SSRC Guide 2009 Ch 4 Plates Schafer VersionUploaded byVishnu Vardhan Komanduri
- P2 Forces and Motion HigherUploaded bydownendscience
- heart rate variability in athletes.pdfUploaded bydgclarke
- Kinematics Lecture NotesUploaded byprasad6048
- Five Useful Stability ConceptsUploaded byPokiri Vedava
- Bab 2 Mekanika Getaran ASM 2017 (Already Comment)Uploaded byBayhakki Permana
- 7.3.pdfUploaded byMin Chan Moon
- umi-clemson-1396Uploaded byPrashant B Topalkatti
- FTBScAF-BF2 BE314 Sup Coursework Question.pdfUploaded bycaspersoong
- Analysis of Trasnport Phenomena 7th AssignmentUploaded bySalvador Grifería Fría
- 3_fa2Uploaded byHuong Luong
- Polytechinic Paper - 2015 (English)Uploaded byMadhu Mahesh Raj
- DSP56800ERM - Reference ManualUploaded byal087609
- Engineering Surveying Field Scheme ReportUploaded byMohafisto Sofisto
- FuelFlowSID97 3E Turbo NotesUploaded byCTN2010
- POP ReportUploaded bydisguizedmagician
- 14- Diffusion Through a Spherical Stagnant FilmUploaded byAvinnaash Suresh
- 18 KineticsUploaded byFairuzDiyanaIsmail
- Bayesian Methods for MLUploaded byXu Zhiming