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When a propagule falls into the water, it displaces some water, which causes a small splash. First Law of Motion Second Law of Motion Third Law of Motion>>> Friction A heavier propagule will fall faster and hit the water with more force, causing a bigger splash. First Law of Motion Second Law of Motion Third Law of Motion>>> Friction The drifting propagule tends to stay in motion. It will only get stuck in the mud and start to take root when it is really time to germinate. First Law of Motion Second Law of Motion Third Law of Motion Friction When a propagule is ready to fall off of the parent tree, it must overcome the inertia that keeps it in place. First Law of Motion>>> Second Law of Motion Third Law of Motion Friction Occasionally, another branch or leaf will rub against a seedling due to wind or water action, and cause it to fall prematurely. First Law of Motion>>> Second Law of Motion Third Law of Motion Friction A seedling falling into the water does so with more force than a leaf, since it has more mass. First Law of Motion Second Law of Motion Third Law of Motion Friction As a seedling's roots begin to grow into the mud, they displace the soil particles, which are moved aside to make room for the new tree. First Law of Motion Second Law of Motion Third Law of Motion Friction Manatees are large marine mammals that live in the mangroves. To scratch their itchy backs, they like to rub against the roots of the mangroves. First Law of Motion Second Law of Motion Third Law of Motion Friction>>>
The third law of motion is basically cause and effect right? I am just trying to jog my memory.
For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.
I. Every object in a state of uniform motion tends to remain in that state of motion unless an external force is applied to it.
Ok thank you
II. The relationship between an object's mass m, its acceleration a, and the applied force F is F = ma. Acceleration and force are vectors (as indicated by their symbols being displayed in slant bold font); in this law the direction of the force vector is the same as the direction of the acceleration vector.
The first 2 are correct.
The third one is first law of motion, the fourth one is actually the second law of motion, the fifth one is the third law of motion, the sixth one is the third law of motion, the seventh one I don't know that one, and the very last one is correct.
oka thank you very much! @Keigh2015
http://www.answers.com/Q/As_a_seedlings_roots_begin_to_grow_into_the_mud_they_displace_the_soil_particles_which_are_moved_aside_to_make_room_for_the_new_tree_What_law_of_motion_is_this for number 7
I guess it would be the the first law of motion
yeah that was what i was thinking thank bye!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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