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Force and Newton's Laws

by Jared Rovny
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    The lecture Force and Newton's Laws by Jared Rovny is from the course Force. It contains the following chapters:

    • Force and Newton's Laws
    • Force – Notation

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    1. A variable representing the physical quantity of mass.
    2. The unit of mass, in kilograms.
    3. Kilogram, represented by kg.
    4. Meter, in unit of distance.
    5. Meter, in unit of kilogram.
    1. …continue at the same speed forever, unless something acts to stop it.
    2. …continue to move because of inertia, regardless of outside forces.
    3. …stop when it runs out of inertia.
    4. …accelerate in the direction it was thrown once it has left your hand.
    5. …eventually come to a natural stop always.
    1. They experience equal and opposite forces on each other.
    2. The truck experiences much less force than the speck of dust.
    3. They experience the same acceleration as each other.
    4. The speck of dust exerts a small force, but a large acceleration on the truck.
    5. The speck of dust accelerates and the truck decelerates, by the same amount.
    1. kg∙m/s^2, since force is mass times acceleration.
    2. kg∙m/s^2, since force is mass times velocity.
    3. kg∙m/s, since force is mass times velocity.
    4. kg∙m/s, since force is mass times acceleration.
    5. (kg∙m/s^2)^2, since force is mass times acceleration and must be equal and opposite always.

    Author of lecture Force and Newton's Laws

     Jared Rovny

    Jared Rovny


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