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Newton’s Laws of Motion


· To discover by experimenting that when the resultant of the forces applied on an object is zero, the velocity of the substance does not change due to the inertial property of the matter.

·To  discover the net force-acceleration relationship when the net force exerted on an object is nonzero.

·To calculate the inertial mass from force and acceleration values.


Curriculum Alignment:



2.2 Forces


AP Physics 1:


2.4 Newton’s First Law

2.6 Newton’s Second Law


AP Physics C:Mechanics:


2.1 Newton’s Laws of Motion: First and Second Law




1.5.1 Effects of forces




HS-PS2-1 Forces and interaction




9.3.3 & 11.1.3. Newton’s Laws of Motion

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