# Conceptual Physics Alive: Newton's Second Law

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Master teacher Paul Hewitt teaches concepts on Newton's 2nd Law with a variety of examples, and the effects of friction on motion are shown using both sliding and falling objects.

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Observe Paul Hewitt teach in a classroom with real students, using engaging demonstrations and artwork. In this video, Paul Hewitt teaches Newton's 2nd Law: The relationship of force, acceleration, and mass is illustrated with a variety of examples. The effects of friction on motion are shown using both sliding and falling objects.

Newton's 2nd Law Includes:

• Hewitt begins with historic evidence against earth at rest.
• Coin flipping while undergoing accelerated motion.
• Zero acceleration and zero net force.
• Newton as a unit of force
• Demonstration of a block dragged across the table with a force-measuring scale.
• Questions highlight the concepts of force and acceleration.
• Airplane thrust and drag.
• The concept of mass.
• Comparison of a= (change in v)/t, what acceleration is, and a= F/m, how acceleration is produced.
• Galilee compared to Newton.
• Kid skit on falling masses; development of Newton's 2nd law.
• Newton's 2nd law as a guide to thinking.
• Rollercoaster example of Newton's 2nd law.
• Parachute example of Newton's 2nd law.
• Air resistance.
• Terminal velocity.

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