NEWTONï¿½S LAWS OF MOTION


NEWTON’S LAWS OF MOTION
The XVII century – the first studies of blood circulation are carried out and Leibniz invents the forerunner of the modern computer. Einstein and his Theory of Relativity. The study of comets in the XVII century. At last, Newton appears, together with his observations concerning universal gravity. Newton’s First Law, or Law of Inertia. Newton’s Second Law. Newton’s Third Law. Summary.

INTRODUCTION
 Servet and Harvey. Malpighi. The circulation of blood
 Leibniz: the machine which could multiply and divide.
 Einstein. the Theory of Relativity
 Edmond Halley: the behaviour of comets
 Isaac Newton: the Laws of Universal Gravity.
 The nature of light. Optical Science investigations. The reflection telescope.
 The three Dynamic Laws
NEWTON’S FIRST LAW
 Definition of force. Generally speaking, motion of all bodies comply to the three Dynamic Laws.
 The First Law or Principle of Inertia.
 The force of friction and its effects.
 The space ships. In space there is no friction and so any movingbody will not come to rest unless another force is applied to it.
NEWTONS’S SECOND LAW
 The Newton’s Second Law or Basic Dynamic Principle
 Mass and weight are two entirely different concepts.
 In outer space, where there is no gravity, though bodies have mass, they have no weight.
NEWTON’S THIRD LAW
 The Newton’s Third Law which is otherwise known as The Law of Reaction
 The kick produced by firearms
 Helicopters
SUMMARY 



