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figure skating


miranda_morriis

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Figure skating incorporates Newton's first law- an object in motion will stay in motion unless acted upon by a force. Also known as inertia, the act of gliding across the ice because the friction of the ice isn't powerful enough to prevent the skater from moving. But without the friction from the ice, it would be impossible to create motion. To start moving, the skater needs to push of the ice and also to stop themselves.

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