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Wednesday, December 28

  1. page Newton's Third Law edited ... ***Newton's Third Law of Motion States, "For every action force, there is an equal and op…
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    ***Newton's Third Law of Motion States, "For every action force, there is an equal and opposite reaction force." This is how, as Mrs. Snook pointed out to me the other day, jet packs work in space.
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    third Law.
    {http://www.schools.utah.gov/curr/science/sciber00/8th/forces/images/spacesh2.gif} (rumble-rumble)

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    ***When a rocket goes into space, it pushes on the ground and this causes a reaction force to push back on the rocket.
    ***Balloons!!
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Tuesday, November 30

  1. page Newton's Second Law edited ... It is also shown by this equation: {http://physics-formulas.com/Newtons_Second_Law_formulas.g…
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    It is also shown by this equation:
    {http://physics-formulas.com/Newtons_Second_Law_formulas.gif}
    This equation is usually wrote as a = F / m
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    *This picture shows how mass affects the force
    
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  2. page Newton's Second Law edited *Newton's Second Law states: "The acceleration of an object is directly proportional to the …
    *Newton's Second Law states:
    "The acceleration of an object is directly proportional to the net force, and inversely proportional to the mass of the object."
    It is also shown by this equation:
    {http://physics-formulas.com/Newtons_Second_Law_formulas.gif}

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Tuesday, November 23

Monday, November 22

  1. page Drag Force vs. Terminal Velocity edited ... Drag force: the force exerted by the fluid (air or water) on the object moving through the flu…
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    Drag force: the force exerted by the fluid (air or water) on the object moving through the fluid
    The force is dependent on the motion of the object, the properties of the object, and the properties of the fluid that the object is moving through.
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    What is terminal velocity?
    Terminal velocity: the constant velocity that is reached when the drag force equals the force of gravity
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    How
    do they work together?together?
    
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    Terminal velocity depends on the drag force.
    When light objects with large surface areas are falling, the drag force has a substantial effect on their motion, and they quickly reach terminal velocity.
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