# Newton's 3 Laws of Motion

Newton's 3 Laws of Motion
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Newton's 3 Laws of Motion

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#### Slide 2 -Video

What will stop an object in motion or move an object at rest?
A
Friction
B
Mass
C
Acceleration
D
Force

#### Slide 3 -Quizvraag

Newton's 1st Law of Motion is also known as
A
Law of Force
B
Law of Gravity
C
Law of Inertia
D
Law of Friction

#### Slide 4 -Quizvraag

According to Newton's 1st Law,
A
once a ball is kicked it would stop with no interaction of another force.
B
once a ball is kicked it would continue to roll in a straight line forever IF no force interacts with it.
C
once a ball is kicked it would continue to roll in a straight line forever IF the force of gravity interacts with it.
D
once a ball is kicked it would continue to roll in a straight line forever IF the force of friction interacts with it.

#### Slide 5 -Quizvraag

The tendency for an object to stay at rest OR stay in motion is known as
A
inertia
B
gravity
C
force
D
friction

#### Slide 6 -Quizvraag

Two types of forces are
A
inertia and mass
B
gravity and inertia
C
friction and inertia
D
friction and gravity

#### Slide 7 -Quizvraag

When all forces are equal on an object,
A
it will move at a faster pace.
B
it will move slower.
C
it will not move.
D
it will increase in speed.

#### Slide 8 -Quizvraag

The opposing (opposite) force that slows down the motion of an object is known as
A
inertia
B
acceleration
C
friction
D
gravity

#### Slide 9 -Quizvraag

A type of force that pulls objects down to the surface of earth.
A
friction
B
weight
C
acceleration
D
gravity

#### Slide 14 -Tekstslide

Balanced Force
Unbalanced Force
causes no change in motion
causes a change in motion
unequal forces on an object
equal forces on an object

#### Slide 15 -Sleepvraag

Notes & Practice Sheet
Complete the practice on
the back of the first page.

Have one partner bring
the paper to be checked.

Make corrections and bring back to me.
1.
2.
3.

#### Slide 16 -Tekstslide

Results in LESS Acceleration
Results in MORE Acceleration

#### Slide 17 -Sleepvraag

then bring to me to check:

Describe the relationship between :
a. inertia and mass
b. force of friction and acceleration
c. force of gravity and mass

#### Slide 19 -Video

What is mass?
A
the same as the weight of an object
B
The amount of matter in an object
C
the amount of pounds an object weighs
D
The amount of force exerted on an object

#### Slide 20 -Quizvraag

The acceleration of an object
depends on
A
the force applied and the mass of the object
B
only the mass of the object
C
Only the force applied on the object
D
The force applied and the change in direction of object

#### Slide 21 -Quizvraag

The amount of force exerted on an object effects the object's
A
mass
B
weight
C
thermal energy
D
speed

#### Slide 22 -Quizvraag

The weight of an object depends on
A
the mass of the object
B
the acceleration of the object
C
the amount of speed of the object
D
the size of the object

#### Slide 24 -Video

Notes & Practice Sheet
Complete the word
problems on the
front of the
second  page.

Have one partner bring
the paper to be checked.

Make corrections and bring back to me.
1.
2.
3.

#### Slide 25 -Tekstslide

If less force is applied to an object the acceleration will
A
decrease
B
increase
C
stay the same

#### Slide 26 -Quizvraag

If the mass of an object decreases the acceleration will
A
decrease
B
increase
C
stay the same

#### Slide 27 -Quizvraag

If MORE force is applied to an object the acceleration will
A
decrease
B
increase
C
stay the same

#### Slide 28 -Quizvraag

According to Newton's 2nd Law, the the amount of force and the acceleration of an object are
A
inversely proportional
B
directly proportional
C
have nothing to do with each other
D
dependent on the direction of an object.

#### Slide 29 -Quizvraag

According to Newton's 2nd Law, the the amount of mass of an object and its acceleration are
A
inversely proportional
B
directly proportional
C
have nothing to do with each other
D
dependent on the direction of an object.

#### Slide 31 -Video

Notes & Practice Sheet
Complete the word
problems on the
last page.

Have one partner bring
the paper to be checked.

Make corrections and bring back to me.
1.
2.
3.