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# What are 5 examples of newton's second law of motion?

Updated: 5/22/2024

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Newton's second law of motion states that the net force on an object is the rate of change of its linear momentum. Five examples of this law are: 1. A person kicking a ball. 2. Someone pushing a car. 3. A ball being thrown. 4. The pulling force upon a stretched spring. 5. A person pulling open a drawer.

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1. The acceleration of an object is directly proportional to the net force applied to it and inversely proportional to its mass.
2. A car will accelerate faster when a larger force is applied to it (e.g., pressing harder on the gas pedal).
3. A heavier object will require more force to accelerate at the same rate as a lighter object.
4. It takes more force to stop a moving truck compared to stopping a bicycle due to the truck's greater mass.
5. When kicking a ball with more force, it will accelerate faster than if kicked with less force.

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