Physics 10-30-13 Newton’s 2nd & 3rd Laws

PHYSICS: So an object at rest can be at equilibrium, but what about an object that is moving? And how does equilibrium relate to Newton’s first law? Or Newton’s second law? And what if you don’t have balanced forces. Here’s the lecture from today on just that! Now remind me, net forces produce what?

And, for your viewing pleasure, enlightenment and overall edification – Julius Sumner Miller on Newton’s Second and Third Laws. Good stuff! you’ll find them extremely helpful with the conceptual part of the test. I strongly encourage you to watch them!

PHYSICS 10-30-13 Newton’s 2nd & 3rd Laws from Tammy Skinner on Vimeo.

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6 thoughts on “Physics 10-30-13 Newton’s 2nd & 3rd Laws

  1. Ms. Skinner: Did you mean to link Julius’s second and third law video? The one above is the one on inertia that we watched in class.

  2. Are we going to work some problems from the homework tonight? For a few of the problems I am consistently getting the wrong answer, but my work looks correct.

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