Newton’s Laws

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Summary

This video examines a set of physical situations (car crashes and figure skating) and describes elements of them in terms of Newton's Laws. Each law is examined in a separate "chapter" of the video, with replays and voice-overs emphasizing particular points.

Learning Objectives

After watching this video students will be able to:

  • Recognize Newton's Laws.
  • Attribute physical events to the action of a particular law.

Funding provided by the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD)

Developed by the Teaching and Learning Laboratory (TLL) at MIT for SUTD

MIT © 2012

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Instructor Guide

This resource may not render correctly in a screen reader.Newton's Laws Instructor Guide (PDF)

It is highly recommended that the video is paused when necessary so that students are able to examine the situations shown.

During this video students will:

  • Imagine where a particular law would apply in a given situation.