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Newton and his laws of motion
Balanced and Unbalanced Forces
If the total Net force is zero, forces are balanced;
If net force is anything other than zero, forces are unbalanced.
1. GO TO NET FORCE WEBSITE & SCROLL DOWN TO WHERE IT SAYS
"FINDING THE NET FORCE"
2. READ ABOUT NET FORCE IN THE EXAMPLES.
3.ANSWER QUESTIONS 1-7 ON YOUR ANSWER SHEET.
4. COMPLETE QUIZ QUESTIONS AT BOTTOM OF PAGE
Sir Isaac Newton
Click on the link below and read about Isaac Newton.
Let’s learn about Sir Isaac Newton’s Laws of Motion.
Use the links below to answer the questions in this section.
click ‘Next’ at the bottom of each page to move from one law
to the next
click 'Quiz' at the bottom of the last page and take the quiz.
(This is question #18 on your answer sheet)
Now go to the following link and
then take the quiz and write down your answers
as #19 on the answer sheet.
Hint: In this quiz, 2 questions refer to vectors. If something is a vector quantity,
it has both size (magnitude) and direction.
Lets see how these laws are present in our everyday lives.
(questions 20-22) Name two of your own examples of each law in your everyday life.
You can search the web to help you answer these.
Check your understanding
Answer answering questions 23-29 on your answer sheet.
Copy the diagrams on the board for #28 &29
These websites have further info. if you need it.
Just for fun
Newton’s Laws of Motion work together in most everyday situations. Using the link provided below, and see how they work in with a roller coaster.
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