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Newton’s First Law. Newton’s First Law. An object at rest _____________, And an object in motion ___________________, Until acted on by ______________. Newton’s First Law. An object at rest remains at rest, And an object in motion ___________________, Until acted on by

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Newton s first law

Newton’s First Law


Newton s first law1

Newton’s First Law

An object at rest

_____________,

And an object in motion

___________________,

Until acted on by

______________.


Newton s first law2

Newton’s First Law

An object at rest

remains at rest,

And an object in motion

___________________,

Until acted on by

______________.


Newton s first law3

Newton’s First Law

An object at rest

remains at rest,

And an object in motion

remains in motion,

Until acted on by

______________.


Newton s first law4

Newton’s First Law

An object at rest

remains at rest,

And an object in motion

remains in motion,

Until acted on by

an unbalanced force.


Why does the ladder fly off

Why does the ladder fly off?

The ladder is an object in motion.

An object in motion remains in motion, until acted on by an unbalanced force.


Why does the driver fly out

Why does the driver fly out?

The driver is an object in motion.

An object in motion remains in motion until acted on by an unbalanced force.


How does this magic trick work

The plates and cups are objects at rest.

Objects at rest remain at rest until acted on by an unbalanced force.

How does this magic trick work?


What do the ladder driver and plates have in common

What do the ladder, driver, and plates have in common?

INERTIA!!!


What is inertia

What is INERTIA?

Inertia: the resistance of an object to change

its motion

Inertia is determined by mass.

The larger the object is,

the more inertia it has,

so the harder it is to change its motion.


Why is it hard to change the motion of a truck

Why is it hard to change the motion of a truck?

The truck is massive, so it has a lot of INERTIA.


Which has the most inertia

Which has the most inertia?


Which has the most inertia1

Which has the most inertia?


What happens to napoleon

What happens to Napoleon?

Napoleon is an object in motion and he remains in motion until acted on by an unbalanced force, because he has inertia.


Your turn

YOUR TURN!!!!

  • Get in a group of four.

  • You will answer questions about Washers, Test Crash Dummies, Pennies, and Racers.

  • You must answer questions in complete sentences, using what you learned about Newton’s First Law and Inertia.


Washers

Stack up 4 washers

Flick another washer at the bottom of the pile

What happens when you flick the washer at the pile of four?

What does the stack of washers have that keeps it from moving?

Use Newton’s First Law to explain what happened. “The stack is an object at ________. It remains _________ because there is no _________________.

Washers


Test crash dummies

4. This test crash dummy remains in motion until it meets the unbalanced force of ______________.

When you are in a car and the driver slows down suddenly, what causes the unbalanced force that stops your body? (Assuming you are following the law)

Your body keep moving even when the car stops because your body has _________________.

Test Crash Dummies


Pennies

Stack a penny and a card on top of a cup.

Flick the card out.

What happens to the penny when you flick the card out?

Why doesn’t the penny fly out with the card? What does it have?

An unbalanced force causes the motion of the penny. What is the unbalanced force?

Pennies


Racers

Leave the car on your desk. Why doesn’t it move? An object at _______, remains _______, until acted on by ______________.

Push the car on your desk. The racer should remain in motion until acted on by an unbalanced force. What is the unbalanced force that slows down the car

Racers


Washers1

Stack up 4 washers

Slide another washer at the bottom of the pile

What happens when you slide the washer at the pile of four? The bottom one slides out.

What does the stack of washers have that keeps it from moving? Inertia

Use Newton’s First Law to explain what happened. “The stack is an object at rest. It remains at rest, because there is no unbalanced force.

Washers


Test crash dummies1

This test crash dummy remains in motion until it meets the unbalanced force from the air bag.

When you are in a car and the driver slows down suddenly, what stops your body? Seatbelt.

Your body keep moving even when the car stops because your body has inertia.

Test Crash Dummies


Pennies1

Stack a penny and a card on top of a cup.

Flick the card out.

What happens to the penny when you flick the card out? The penny falls into the cup.

Why doesn’t the penny fly out with the card? It has inertia.

An unbalanced force causes the motion of the penny. What is the unbalanced force? Gravity pulls the penny down.

Pennies


Racers1

Leave the racer on your desk. Why doesn’t it move? An object at rest, remains at rest, until acted on by an unbalanced force.

11. Push the racer on your desk. What is the unbalanced force that slows down the racer? Friction is the force that slows things down.

Racers


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