understanding of Newton’s laws

understanding of Newton’s laws

Before the time of Galileo and Newton, many learned scholars thought that a stone dropped from the top of a tall mast on a moving ship would fall vertically and hit the deck behind the mast by a distance equal to how far the ship had moved forward during the time the stone was falling. In light of your understanding of Newton’s laws, what do you and your classmates think about this idea?
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MIND YOUR ABCs
I agree and/or I like your post are not valid response posts. Your initial and response posts must be at least six sentences in length, and your response post must offer additional indepth content knowledge.  
1. Acknowledge your classmates’ posts. React to their ideas, make observations, ask questions about what they’ve said, or answer a question posed in a previous post. You are expected to read all of your classmates’ posts and responses throughout the module discussion. Doing so will allow you to have a better sense of your classmates’ opinions, just like a face-to-face class.
2. Build upon these posts by providing additional details, ideas, personal perspectives, interpretations, answers, or links to interesting, relevant articles. 
3. Conclude with a question or a new idea to further stimulate the discussion. Be sure to respond to the question asked of you. 
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Physics homework help

Watch the movie below  and write a summary (between 250 and 500 words) addressing the following points:

  1. What problem(s) does the author of the documentary try to solve?
  2. What sources of energy does the author discuss in the documentary?
  3. What was the most interesting part of the documentary?
  4. What was the most surprising thing you learned from this documentary?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RvaE0PFna84 this is the video

 
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