Work

In our day to day lives, we frequently use the word ‘work’ to describe activities we do in the course of the day. Doing your homework, folding clothes, making a presentation on the computer, all these are considered as work in everyday language.

WHAT DOES NEWTON’S THIRD LAW TEACH US?

Newton gave out three laws which laid the foundation for the classical mechanics. The laws collectively describe the relationship between the body and the forces that act upon it along with its motion in response to the forces.

DAY TO DAY EXAMPLES OF NEWTON’S SECOND LAW

Newton gave out three laws which laid the foundation for the classical mechanics. The laws collectively describe the relationship between the body and the forces that act upon it along with its motion in response to the forces.

IMPORTANT MEASUREMENTS

IMPORTANT UNITS OF MEASUREMENTS density, electric charge, electric current, force, frequency, length, mass, measurements, power, pressure, speed, stress, temperature, time, velocity.

THE LAWS OF MOTION

The three laws of motion came from a physicist and scientist from United Kingdom named Isaac Newton. The unit of measurement of force is coined Newton, after his name. He was the one who came up with the three laws of motion, which are now known as Newton’s Laws of Motion.

MOTION IN A STRAIGHT LINE

Movement of a car, movement of a bike, a human walking, a bird flying, a dog running, a baby crawling, all of these things have a similarity. It is the fact that, all of them move in a straight line.

VECTOR QUANTITY

Vector quantities are the ones that talk about the magnitude as well as the direction. Magnitude talks about the strength or length.