# Newton's First Law

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Newton's First Law### Questions

- Why is inertia not a force?
- What is Newton's first law also known as?
- How was Newton's first law discovered?
- How does Newton's first law affect roller coasters?
- How does a net force affect an object?
- How can Newton's first law be derived from Newton's second law?
- How can inertia be measured?
- How can Newton's first law be a consequence of Newton's second law?
- How are inertia and mass related?
- How does inertia affect the motion of a puck?
- Does the law of inertia pertain to moving objects?
- What is inertia mass?
- What are some examples of inertia?
- What is inertia?
- What is static equilibrium?
- What is Newton's first law?
- Why is Newton's first law called inertia?
- What is an example that demonstrates Newton's first law?
- How does Newton's first law apply to soccer?
- How does Newton's first law affect a rocket?
- What are some real life examples of situations where there is a net force?
- In outer space, a constant net force of magnitude 137 N is exerted on a 30.8 kg probe initially at rest.What acceleration does this force produce? How far does the probe travel in 13.0 s?
- A net force of +125 N acts on an object. What is the magnitude and direction of the single force that will produce equilibrium?
- A weather rocket is launched straight up. Seconds into the flight, its velocity is 130m/s and it is accelerating at 19 m/s^2. At this instant, the rocket's mass is 59 kg and it is losing mass at the rate of 0.55 kg/s. What is the net force on the rocket?
- There are three forces acting on an object: 4N to the left, 5N to the right and 3N to the left. What is the net force acting on the object?
- If there is an upward force of 4 and a force to the right of 3, what is the net force?
- What's the net force acting on an 18-kg object if the net force causes an acceleration of 3.0 m/s2?
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- Which object has more inertia — a bowiing ball or a tennis ball?
- How do you use Newton's first law of motion to explain what would happen to a rolling marble if no outside force, such as friction, acted on it?
- Using the law of inertia, explain this statement?
- Are Applied Force and Acceleration the same?
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- What is the cause of inertia ?
- What is the cause of inertia?
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- Why is newtonian mechanics so called ?
- Which has more inertia, a 1 kilogram ball or a 10 kilogram ball?
- What is the reaction force for the force of gravity acting on an object?
- Apply Newton's First Law of motion to explain the danger in travelling too quickly on a curve of an icy highway?
- According to Newton's first law, when standing in an elevator accelerating upwards quickly, in which direction in your body are you likely to feel the blood rush?
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- Three forces act on a point: 3 N at 0°, 4 N at 90°, and 5 N at 217°. What is the net force?