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Newton's laws of Motion: Newton proposed three laws of motion namely law of Inertia, Force and Action-Reaction.
Newtons first law of Motion in Airplanes.
Impact of the force and its effect on the marble at different slopes.
Rocket launching system also uses Newtons First law of Motion.
Newtons second law is also known as law of force or momentum.
According to Newtons second law of Motion force is directly proportional to acceleration.
It shows that force and acceleration have magnitude and direction both hence these are vector quantities.
Slide shows that force, momentum and acceleration are vector quantities as they have both magnitude as well as direction.
An example that shows that force, momentum and acceleration are vector quantities as they have both magnitude as well as direction.
Newtons Third law of Motion is also known as law of Action-Reaction.
Newtons third law of Motion in Rocket engine
Newtons Third law of Motion in Aerodynamics
An experiment that proves Newtons Third law of motion.
When Air rushes down,the balloon goes up.
Different examples proving Newtons Third law of Motion from our day-to-day life.