what are newtons three laws ?give an example of each ?

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what are newtons three laws ?give an example of each ?

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straight line, curve, and stops I believe
or is it equal and opposite for the 3rd?
This question belongs in Physics. But you can find the definitions and examples of all three here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Newton%27s_laws_of_motion You might also find the linked videos in the wikipedia article worth watching.

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1st law If the sum of the resultant forces on an object is equal to zero, then the object stays at rest or continues to move in a straight line at a constant velocity 2nd law If the resultant forces on a object are not zero, then an object of mass m will move with an acceleration a in such a way that F=ma. 3rd law Every action has an equal and opposite reaction

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