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### Physics 102Introduction to Physics

Chapter 2Newton’s First Law

Chapter 2Newton’s First Law

Chapter 2Newton’s First Law

Chapter 2Newton’s First Law

Dr. Rick Yaw

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Chapter 2Newton’s First Law

- Newton’s First Law
- Inertia
- Net Force
- The Equilibrium Rule
- Support Force
- Equilibrium of Moving Things (Dynamic Equilibrium)
- Moving Earth

Chapter 2Newton’s First Law

- Newton’s First Law
- Inertia
- Net Force
- The Equilibrium Rule
- Support Force
- Equilibrium of Moving Things (Dynamic Equilibrium)
- Moving Earth

Inertia

http://id.mind.net/~zona/mstm/physics/mechanics/forces/galileo/galileoInertia.html

http://www.glenbrook.k12.il.us/gbssci/phys/mmedia/newtlaws/cci.html

Physics Place

http://wps.aw.com/aw_hewitt_cp_10/0,10865,2370807-,00.html

Chapter 2Newton’s First Law

- Newton’s First Law
- Inertia
- Net Force
- The Equilibrium Rule
- Support Force
- Equilibrium of Moving Things (Dynamic Equilibrium)
- Moving Earth

- Newton’s First Law
- Inertia
- Net Force
- The Equilibrium Rule
- Support Force
- Equilibrium of Moving Things (Dynamic Equilibrium)
- Moving Earth

Question

If the forces acting upon an object are balanced, then the object

a) must not be moving.

b) must be moving with a constant velocity.

c) must not be accelerating.

d) none of these

- Newton’s First Law
- Inertia
- Net Force
- The Equilibrium Rule
- Support Force
- Equilibrium of Moving Things (Dynamic Equilibrium)
- Moving Earth

- Newton’s First Law
- Inertia
- Net Force
- The Equilibrium Rule
- Support Force
- Equilibrium of Moving Things (Dynamic Equilibrium)
- Moving Earth

- Newton’s First Law
- Inertia
- Net Force
- The Equilibrium Rule
- Support Force
- Equilibrium of Moving Things (Dynamic Equilibrium)
- Moving Earth

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