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Three ** Laws** of

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DYNAMICS
-studies the relationship of ** motion** to the forces that causes it.
Types of Forces:
(a) Normal Force, n :When an object rests
or pushes on a surface, the surface exerts
a push on it that is directed perpendicular
to the surface.
(b) Friction Force, f : In addition to the
normal force, a surface may exert a
frictional force on a object, directed
parallel to the surface and opposite the

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“** Law** of Interaction”

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Book: 1 ** Newton**
2 Books: 2

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Isaac ** Newton** was born on December 25, 1643 and was born in Woolsthorpe, near Grantham in Lincolnshire, England. He went to Cambridge University in 1661 and became interested in math, physics, and astronomy.

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The ** motion** of an airplane or helicopter through the air can be explained and distinguished by physical principals discovered over three centuries ago by Sir Isaac

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& III ** Law**
Newton’s three

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Newton’s
three ** laws**, when put into simple terms, aren’t confusing concepts. Just remember
that an object is balanced until acted on by a larger force and then is still
balanced when it goes at a constant speed until acted on again by a larger force
that stops it. The second

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In 1687, Sir Isaac ** Newton** published what are known today as Newton's three

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Chapter 6 Newton’s Second ** Law** of

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