Newton's Second Law of Motion
In this presentation we will cover: "What is Newton's Second Law?"
"What is Newton's Second Law?"
Newton's Second Law states that the acceleration of an object is dependent upon two variables, the net force acting upon the object, and the mass of the object.
"How Does the Law Act?"
The law says, that an object will move depending on the object's mass, and the force applied to the object.
Formulas of the Second Law
F= M x A / force= mass times acceleration
momentum= mass times speed
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An example of the second law is that it is harder to stop a train than it is to stop a car even if the car is moving faster, because the train has a greater momentum than the car.
Why is the Law Helpful: Newton's law are very important because they tie into almosteverything we see in everyday life. These laws tell us exactly how things move or sit still.