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What of newtons laws appiled on a trebuchet?


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2014-10-06 21:37:35
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The first of Newton's Laws describes the inertia that allows the projectile to leave the trebuchet. The second law describes the acceleration that the trebuchet applies to the projectile before it releases. The third law describes the reaction that occurs when the trebuchet is released, as the weight's force pushing down creates the reaction of launch.


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