anonymous
  • anonymous
When a egg device is dropped how do newtons laws apply to the experiment?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
The question is too vaguely phrased. Presumably gravity will act on it when it is dropped, setting it in motion, an example of Newton's first law at work. In freefall, ingoring the effects of friction, the egg will experience a force accelrating it at 8.81 meters a second square. So the force the device experiences will be equal to 9.81m where m is its mass, as per Newton's 2nd lae. When it comes into contact with the ground, the ground will apply a force equal in magnitude to the force applied to the ground by the device but opposite in direction to the device. This is an example of Newton's 3rd law at work.
anonymous
  • anonymous
8.81 should be 9.81, apologies

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