Newton’s First Law of Motion | #aumsum

Newton’s First Law of Motion | #aumsum


Newton’s First Law of Motion Sir Issac Newton was one of the greatest influential scientists of all time. He formulated the 3 laws of motion. First law of motion. An object will continue to remain at rest or uniform motion unless acted upon by an external unbalanced force. Unbalanced force. These balls are at rest. They will not move unless some kind of force acts on them proving Newton’s law. The law also states that the ball will stay in a state of constant velocity in the absence of an unbalanced force. This means if there was no frictional or any other force, the ball would never stop. But, we have always seen that a moving ball ultimately comes to rest. Do you know how? Rewind. Play. Force of friction makes the ball stop. The End.

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  2. If u will make this type of video we will enjoy, have interest and learn.this is a great way to memorize

  3. If u will make this type of video we will enjoy, have interest and learn.this is a great way to memorize

  4. 4:59 set speed to 0.25
    I see Mr. smart standing(at rest) bout it moves. That is funny joke. xD
    5:01 Newton is too.

  5. First law of motion, law of inertia, states that every object continues to remain at rest or in uniform motion straightline unless force acts its/it to change its state

  6. My science teacher showed this in class and i didn't really got that much notes 😂😂 that's why i searched it 😂 pls make a video explaining acceleration , motion , and force

  7. When you don't have notes for the different types of law of motion and decided to check YouTube for the video you watched in class.

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