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###### Asked in Physics, Isaac Newton, Newtons Laws of Motion

### How does newtons first law relate to newtons second law?

To recap, Newton's first law states that an object in motion
will stay in motion with constant velocity given that there are no
net forces acting upon it. For example, if a ball was pushed with
zero net forces acting on it besides the first force push, it will
go on forever until a force decides to act on it, such as friction
or gravity. Contrary to Newton's first law, Newton's second law
implies that if an object is acted upon with existing net force,
the object will accelerate with the same direction.
The equation Force (F) = mass (m) x acceleration (a) derives
from the second law. Similarly to the first law, any net force on a
body is conserved, implying the rule of conservation of momentum.
In the first law, a force acted on a body will cause the body to
move with the same magnitude of force in the same direction if
there is zero net force. In the second law, a net force on a body
causes the body to accelerate with the same direction as the net
force.

###### Asked in Law & Legal Issues

### What is rule by law?

###### Asked in Physics

### What is gravitational force in space?

Same as on Earth. In both cases, you can use the law of
gravitation to figure out with how much force an object gets
attracted.
Same as on Earth. In both cases, you can use the law of gravitation
to figure out with how much force an object gets attracted.
Same as on Earth. In both cases, you can use the law of gravitation
to figure out with how much force an object gets attracted.
Same as on Earth. In both cases, you can use the law of gravitation
to figure out with how much force an object gets attracted.

###### Asked in Physics

### Is frictional force always an opposing force?

Yes, of course. If the frictional force would go in the same
direction as the movement, that would violate the Law of
Conservation of Energy.
Yes, of course. If the frictional force would go in the same
direction as the movement, that would violate the Law of
Conservation of Energy.
Yes, of course. If the frictional force would go in the same
direction as the movement, that would violate the Law of
Conservation of Energy.
Yes, of course. If the frictional force would go in the same
direction as the movement, that would violate the Law of
Conservation of Energy.

###### Asked in Physics

### Is there any distance at which the gravitational force between two electrons is greater than the electric force between them?

No. Both forces obey an inverse-square law, so the ratio of
electric to gravitational force will always be the same, for the
same pair of particles - no matter the distance.
No. Both forces obey an inverse-square law, so the ratio of
electric to gravitational force will always be the same, for the
same pair of particles - no matter the distance.
No. Both forces obey an inverse-square law, so the ratio of
electric to gravitational force will always be the same, for the
same pair of particles - no matter the distance.
No. Both forces obey an inverse-square law, so the ratio of
electric to gravitational force will always be the same, for the
same pair of particles - no matter the distance.

###### Asked in Physics

### What happens to the acceleration as you increase the mass?

Newton's Second Law: Force = mass x acceleration. Solving for
acceleration: acceleration = force / mass.
Therefore, if you increase the mass, the same force will produce
less acceleration.
Newton's Second Law: Force = mass x acceleration. Solving for
acceleration: acceleration = force / mass.
Therefore, if you increase the mass, the same force will produce
less acceleration.
Newton's Second Law: Force = mass x acceleration. Solving for
acceleration: acceleration = force / mass.
Therefore, if you increase the mass, the same force will produce
less acceleration.
Newton's Second Law: Force = mass x acceleration. Solving for
acceleration: acceleration = force / mass.
Therefore, if you increase the mass, the same force will produce
less acceleration.

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### What does usurped mean?

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