Newton's First Law of Motion

Newton's First Law of Motion

Author: Aaron Ding

This video is too explain how the Newton's First Law of Motion can be found in everyday life. With other examples of how inertia and unbalanced forces apply to an ordinary object, in this case, a toy.

Created by Aaron Ding and Shaw Chiou

Examples will be shown, such as knock a cup over and observe how the toy did not get knocked away with the cup. Further examples will be pulling a folder beneath the toy, and spraying objects with water.

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There will be a toy falling on a folder and a hose spraying objects off a piano chair.