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Newtons Laws Of Motion

Describe the Motion of all objects in our everyday life.

Law Of Inertia

An object at rest will remain at rest and an object in motion continues in motion unless acted union by an unbalanced force.

Law Of Acceleration

Acceleration is produced when a force acts in a mass. The greater the mass the greater the amount of force needed. ( Force = mass x acceleration )

Law of Action & Re - Action

For every action there is an equal and opposite re - action.

Laws Of Inertia

Rotation

  • Spins on n axis.
  • Rotate 24 hours one time.
  • Gives Earth day and night.
  • Rotates counter clockwise.

Revolution

  • Earth revolves around the Sun
  • 1 year to revolves around the Sun.
  • Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer.
  • Revolves counter clockwise.

Spring

  • Direct ray at the Equator.
  • The Earth is not tilted away or toward the Sun
  • Vernal Equinox, March 21st, 1st day of Spring, and equal daylight and darkness.

Summer

  • Direct ray at the Northern Hamisphere.
  • The Earth is tilted toward the Sun.
  • Hot weather.
  • Longer daylight.
  • Summer Solstice, June 1st , 1st day of Summer, and longest day.

Fall

  • Direct ray at the Equator.
  • The Earth is not tilted away or toward the Sun.
  • Autumnal Equinox, September 22nd, 1st day of Fall, and equal daylight and darkness.

Winter

  • Direct ray at the Southern Hemisphere.
  • The Earth is tilted away from the Sun.
  • Cold weather.
  • Longer darkness.
  • Winter Solstice, December 21st, 1st day of Winter, and longest night.

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