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This is about Issac Newton's laws of motion what is important and what steps there are to the laws.

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Alexis Romsdahl

5th and 6th grade science

[Issac Newton's Laws of Motion]

Title Page.................................Pg.1

Table of Contents.....................Pg.2

Issac Newton...........................Pg.3

Newton's Laws of Motion........Pg.4

Law 1......................................Pg.5

Law 2......................................pg.6

Law 3......................................Pg.7

About Your Self.......................Pg.8

Table of Contents

Important Information 

Issac Newton was famous for physics and mathematician and he is considered to be one of the most influential people in human history.

Issac Newton 

Issac Newton's dad died three months before he was born.

Important Information 

Important Information 

Issac Newton was born on January 4, 1643 in Woolsthorpe. He died on March 31, 1727 in London, England, United Kingdom.

First Law

2nd Law

3rd Law

Issac Newton's Law of Motion

For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction 

Inertia: An object will stay at rest until motion acts upon it. 

The acceleration of an object is produced by a net force.

Objects that are at rest remain in the state unless a force is applied to it. Motion cannot change without an unbalanced force. The law states that the object will stay in a state of constant velocity in the absence of an unbalanced force. When force of friction makes the ball stop.   

Law 1

When forces on an object are balanced, the object will stay at rest. When forces on an object are unbalanced, the object will be in motion.  

Law 2

Force is a push or pull that acts upon an object as a result of its interaction with another object. Force involves the interaction of two objects.

Law 3

My name is Alexis Romsdahl and I am in 6th grade.My hobbies are drawing, coloring, and playing basketball and softball.

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