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Introduction to Newton's 1st Law of Motion

By FizziksGuy, 06/01/2015
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Learn about Newton’s First Law of Motion with two examples shown. Plus, I snuck in some free body diagrams and subtle hints at Newton’s Second and Third Laws as well. Thank you so much to Mrs. Zeller for being a Flipping Physics Correspondent!

 

Want Lecture Notes? http://www.flippingphysics.com/first-law.html

 

Content Times:
0:08 Newton’s First Law of Motion
0:34 1st Example: Mrs. Zeller presents an object at rest
1:08 What does it mean “No net external force acting on the rock�?
2:20 2nd Example: An object in motion
3:21 What does “constant velocity� mean?
4:00 Also called the Law of Inertia
4:22 The two most common mistakes students make

 

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Introduction to Newton's 2nd Law with Example Problem
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The Reality of our first Free Body Diagram
http://www.flippingphysics.com/reality-of-fbd.html

 

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