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1st law: swimming in a pool with constant velocity. Weighing less on moon with same Maas. 3rd law: the Ball thrown on a wall.
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The tendency to recur at intervals.
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air filled in a balloon and and than expelled is the best examples of newton third law of motion and recoiling of gun, walking on the ground , principles on which a friction and buyout force works.
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There are lots of Newton's law in Physics. I am answering for the examples of Newton's Law of "motion". My cup of coffee is resting on my kitchen table. The force of gravity pulling down is balanced by the force of my kitchen table pushing up on my cup of coffee(third Law of motion given by Newton).... read more
There are lots of Newton's law in Physics. I am answering for the examples of Newton's Law of "motion". My cup of coffee is resting on my kitchen table. The force of gravity pulling down is balanced by the force of my kitchen table pushing up on my cup of coffee(third Law of motion given by Newton). Now, if I move my coffee, I must apply an external force to disrupt the balance (second law of motion given by Newton). Thank good my muscles are strong enough to apply such a force so I can enjoy my cup of coffee. Ah, now that's good ! Newton's first law of motion is also referred to as the law of inertia. Inertia is simply the resistance to change in motion(first law of motion given by Newton). In short, objects tend to keep doing what they are already doing. read less
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First law of motion - resting table remain until in rest, if we not apply any external push or pull on table. And moving bus remains moving until we have not applied brake or any other external force. Second law - When a wicket keeper hold a fast moving ball then he pull their... read more
First law of motion - resting table remain until in rest, if we not apply any external push or pull on table. And moving bus remains moving until we have not applied brake or any other external force. Second law - When a wicket keeper hold a fast moving ball then he pull their hands backside. this is because to increase the time of change in momentum. Third law - when you compress or expand a spring then it will also expand and compress your hand respectively. read less
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It is difficult to catch a cricket ball thsn to catch a tennis ball the cricket ball being heavier has much larger momentum and therefore,exertes a muchforce on the hands during catch,in comparison to the force exerted by tennis ball
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According to this, every body preserves its state of rest unless some external force compels it to change its state of rest When a person jumps out of a moving vehicle, he falls forward due to inertia of motion. 2 nd law example Heavier the mass more force will be required to produce an acceleration,... read more
According to this, every body preserves its state of rest unless some external force compels it to change its state of rest When a person jumps out of a moving vehicle, he falls forward due to inertia of motion. 2 nd law example Heavier the mass more force will be required to produce an acceleration, heavy bus need more effort then a mini bus Third law example When the bat hits the ball the ball hits the bat. read less
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First law: as we travel In a bus,at that time when the driver suddenly breaks the bus we lean forward. Second law:pushing a ball with respect to a box Third law: throwing a ball against a wall.
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You can see in these photos.
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If you slide a hockey puck on ice, eventually it will stop, because of friction on the ice. It will also stop if it hits something, like a player s stick or a goalpost. If you use the same force to push a truck and push a car, the car will have more acceleration than the truck, because the car has less... read more
If you slide a hockey puck on ice, eventually it will stop, because of friction on the ice. It will also stop if it hits something, like a player’s stick or a goalpost. If you use the same force to push a truck and push a car, the car will have more acceleration than the truck, because the car has less mass.When you jump off a small rowing boat into water, you will push yourself forward towards the water. The same force you used to push forward will make the boat move backwards. read less
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