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Three Laws with Examples
  
Leaving Terminusby Nrbelex on Flickr


The train in this picture is moving so fast that if you were to stop it, or it would have run out of gas, it would  run off the track.  This object is in motion and will remain in motion until it is stopped from an unbalanced force.  Newton's 1st law of motion.
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UW Madison 4x100 Anchorby Mark Sadowski on Flickr


This man's feet are pushing force on the ground so he can run fast and win his relay race.  This show's Newtons 2nd law of motion.  The acceleration of an object depends on the mass of the object and the amount of force applied.
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Lone Star Parkby Travis Isaacs on Flickr


The horse and rider in this picture are in motion.  This horse's hooves are beating the ground and making force between the hooves and the ground.  Newton's 2nd law is shown here.
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flowby rappensuncle on Flickr


This waterfall is showing how force makes the water below move and splash.  This is showing Newton's 3rd law of motion.  Forces act in equal and opposing pairs.  The water that is falling down the waterfall is going so fast and has so much power that it is making the water below splash and move.
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Breathtakingby cmaccubbin on Flickr


Here is a woman that is forcing the water behind her so that she is able to swim and move quickly through the water.  This demonstrates Newton's 3rd law of motion: forces act in equal and opposing pairs.
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