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# Newton's First and Second Laws

## Define force and Newton, and calculate using Newton's Second Law

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## Newton's 1st Law of Motion

by Kyle Bardman //basic
Here is a helpful video primer on Newton's 1st Law. Courtesy of: Khanacademy
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## Newton's Second Law of Motion

by Kyle Bardman //basic
Here is a helpful video primer on Newton's 2nd Law. Courtesy of: Khanacademy
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• Real World Application

## The Newton Shake

by Becky Mitchell //basic
Just hearing the first few notes of the "Harlem Shake" puts a smile on your face and gives you an impulse to start dancing. While you are "getting jiggy with it" why not contemplate the excellent example it provides of Newton's Three Laws?
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## Newton's 3 Laws of Motion in Basketball

by James Lower //basic
Our presentation outlines what Issac Newton's 3 Laws of Motion are, as well as how they apply to basketball. Most people know what Newton's 3 Laws are, but they don't understand how they apply to things that you see or do everyday.
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• Study Guide

## Newton's First and Second Laws of Motion

by Lizzie Chun //basic
A study guide for Newton's First and Second Laws of Motion.
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