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Newton’s 3 Laws Of Motion (Also For Kids)

In this video we will talk about Newton’s three laws of dynamics explained also for kids. What is dynamics?
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It is a part of mechanics that studies the cause of the movement of bodies, that is, it tries to investigate why bodies move, and how to characterize this movement. Mechanics in turn is a branch of physics, the same science that allows us to explain different phenomena that we can observe in nature or the movement of stars and planets. The conceptual foundations of dynamics were first exposed by the English physicist Isaac Newton in his work “Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica”.

But who was Isaac Newton? Isaac Newton was born on January 4th 1643 in Woolsthorpe-by-Colsterworth, England. As a boy, his parents, farmers, tried to make him work on the family farm, but without too much success: just think that, instead of looking after the cattle, the young Isaac preferred to retire to read and study; distracted from his studies, one day he did not notice that a pig trespassed on a neighbor’s farm, and his mother, due to this negligence, was forced to pay a fine. Thanks to his brother William, the family’s egghead, who had understood that Isaac was not cut out for peasant life, Isaac in 1661 began attending Trinity College. He wrote
Newton’s first law of motion, Newton’s second law of motion, Newton’s third law of motion

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