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Newton's First Law
An object in motion/rest stays in motion/rest until acted upon. ex. running down hall (in motion) you run into a door (door causes you to stop) books on a table (at rest) push them onto the floor (no longer at rest, moving)
Newton's Second Law
Explains how force, mass and acceleration are related. ex. heavier objects require more force to move than lighter objects. To move a car you will need more force, to move a book across a table you will need less force.
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