We head to an archery range in this segment to investigate Newton's third law.
Segment 3E: Newton’s Third Law We head to an archery range in this segment to investigate Newton's third law.Premiere Date: August 1, 2018 | Runtime: 00:06:55
-Define Newton’s third law qualitatively and mathematically.
-Present examples of equal-and-opposite force action-reaction pairs.
-Introduce frames of reference and demonstrate their importance for understanding Newton’s third law.
-Clarify ways to think about systems of objects - either individually or in groups.
action-reaction pairs - pairs of objects in which one object exerts a force, known as the action, on another object, and the other object reacts to that action in a way in which the force is equal in magnitude but opposite in direction.
Newton’s 3rd Law of Motion - for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.
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