1st Law of MotionInertiaMotion doesn't change without an outside force.. |

2nd Law of MotionF = maThis explains how much a force will change the motion of an ojbect. |

3rd Law of MotionFor every action...the force will effect the motion of both of the objects |

Study Helps Stuff to help you get a good grade

Packet MaterialsAssignment SheetC WorkExamples of MotionSearch for Newton's Laws A WorkBrain Busters |

HONORSAll materials are posted in Packet Materials Google Cassroom |

Extra Credit Test |

(to help you with the most common mistakes made on the packets)

**Section Review 14.1**

#4 - Think Newton's Laws, it is not just that he did not

jump far enough.

**Section Review 14.2**

#6 - A lot of people get this wrong, just use the formula

F=ma and you should get the right answer for a.

#10 - First you have to look at the table and see what

the acceleration is for the bike, then you have to plug

that into F=ma to find the Force.

**Concepts**

#6 - We are asking about force, not velocity

#7 - Remember Newton's 3rd law of motion

jump far enough.

F=ma and you should get the right answer for a.

#10 - First you have to look at the table and see what

the acceleration is for the bike, then you have to plug

that into F=ma to find the Force.

#7 - Remember Newton's 3rd law of motion