Presentation on theme: "Newton’s Second Law of Motion"— Presentation transcript:
1Newton’s Second Law of Motion the acceleration of an object is dependent upon two variables - the net force acting upon the object and the mass of the object.Law of Acceleration, Force. and Mass
2Acceleration, Force, and Mass Newton determined that Acceleration is affected by Force directly and Mass inversely. So….As mass increases (while under the same amount of force) acceleration would decrease.As force increases (while applied to the same mass) acceleration would also increase.
3Check for Understanding How can both of these objects under free fall conditions accelerate at the same rate?The elephant has more force applied to it.The boy has more force applied to him.The forces on the objects are the same.
4Newton’s Third Law of Motion Law of Action-Reaction
5Newton’s Third Law of Motion If one object exerts a force on another object, then the second object exerts a force of equal strength in the opposite direction on the first object “For every action there is an equal but opposite reaction”
6Action – Reaction Pairs Paddle pushes on water, water back on paddle, person on kayak, kayak on person. Water on kayak, kayak on water. Rider on horse, horse on rider.
7Do Action – Reaction Forces “Balance”? Action – Reaction forces do not “balance” out because they are acting on 2 different objects – therefore, can cause a change in motion!
8Detecting MotionYou can’t always detect motion when paired forces are in action.If one of the pairs is much more massive, you will only see the less massive object moveExample – When you push down on the Earth, you won’t see the Earth move, only you jumping in the air
9Objects motion changes in the same direction as the force. UnbalancedObjects motion changes in the same direction as the force.Fnet≠0a≠0BalancedObject remains at rest or uniform motion.Fnet=0a=0
10Summation EquationsForces are often represented using Free Body Diagrams so we can quickly determine if there is an unbalanced force present.Net force is the summation of all of the forces acting on an object. We often draw these forces using a Free Body Diagram. They take into account the magnitude and direction of the forces acting on an object. Free body diagrams “free” us from having to look at EVERY SINGLE interaction. We can focus on a single object and what is happening to it. Essentially within each Force vector is an action reaction pair.
11Balanced or Unbalanced? Use a summation equation to determine if forces are balanced or unbalanced.Fnet=f1+f2+f3+f4….Would this change if I said that the box is accelerating to the right?
12Check for Understanding Write the summation equation for each of the following. Which has the greatest net force?Include summation equation written in variables. Then numbers. Which F is providing the unbalanced force if there is one.