Ch 11: Newton's Three Laws of Motion

About This Chapter

Review Newton's three laws of motion using this informative and resourceful chapter. Along with detailed lessons, this chapter includes supplemental lesson quizzes, a chapter exam and printable worksheets to help you fully grasp each aspect of the different laws of motion.

Newton's Three Laws of Motion - Chapter Summary

Explore the concepts behind Newton's three laws of motion and the application of these laws to gravity, mass and weight by studying this engaging chapter. Expert instructors guide you through each law in an understandable and to-the-point format so you can quickly and easily breeze through these lessons. Upon completion of this chapter, you will be able to explain:

  • Newton's first law of motion regarding force's effect on motion
  • Newton's second law of motion detailing the relationship between force and acceleration
  • Newton's third law of motion illustrating the interactions between two objects
  • How all three laws can be applied to weight, mass and gravity

Diligently study the principles of each of these Newtonian laws to ensure full comprehension of the material. Test your understanding and retention after each section by taking the interactive multiple-choice lesson quizzes. Follow those with the more extensive chapter exam to get a better picture of your overall understanding. Quizzes include supplemental worksheets which can be printed and used as a reference guide while viewing the lessons.

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