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    Elements of Orbital Analysis We first derive a general solution of a two-body problem subject to the universal gravitational attraction (Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation), and then consider special cases of interest for our purpose. 1.4.1. Equation of Motion under Newton’s Law of Gravitation Using the coordinates shown in Figure 1.2, Newton’s Law of Gravitation implies that the two bodies of masses M and m, and the radius vectors r ⃗_M and r ⃗_m , respectively, would exert the following forces of mutual gravitational attraction: Figure 1.2. A two-body interaction coordinate system. Two masses M and m at the radius vectors rM and rm , respectively. Force on m: F ⃗_m = -m( r) ̈_(m )= -- GMm/r^2 r ⃗/r (1.5a) Force…

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    sense perception in order to create their theory. Researchers use inductive reasoning to "make generalizations from specific observations." (Staff, Live Science. "Deductive Reasoning vs. Inductive Reasoning." LiveScience. TechMedia Network, 10 July 2012. Web. 4 Mar. 2015.). Inductive reasoning also allows for the researcher or scientists to create hypothesis or theories based on their senses (such as sight, hearing, or touch). An example of a scientist using passive observation was Newton 's…

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    gravitational acceleration, free fall. I will explain the definitions of each concept, so readers will be able to get real meaning as to why these concepts consist of cheer leading. Gravity is the force that attracts a body toward the center of the earth, or toward any other physical body having mass. For most purposes Newton's laws of gravity apply, with minor modifications to take the general theory of relativity into account. Therefore, cheerleading involves the force of gravity, because of…

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    In the m9c free fall acceleration lab we were to determine if mass or distance of an object falls effect on gravitation acceleration that the object experiences. The experiment was used to investigate the theory weather the heavier the object that it is will fall faster or not. The method that was used to find gravity was through the derived version of kinematic definitions. The overall result in the experiment concluded that distance and mass does not effect on the gravitational acceleration…

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    ideas/people in the book. The idea of the marvelous equation about the earth gravitational force developed in the mind of Isaac Newton in the summer 1665. When one day he was sitting in the garden and saw an apple falling from a nearby tree. In just a few moments he dives into thoughts and started thinking to compare apple and the moon. He asked himself several questions of curiosity like “Why apple fell straight to the earth and what if apple had started from the higher up as the moon? Would it…

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    caught by someone or something intercepts. His second is acceleration to get acceleration you first must apply force to the object and to the mass of the object impedes that force. And his third law is action and reaction for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. Newton’s biggest contribution was the law of universal gravitation. His theories was derived from keplers notes and research. 3. What is Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation? Explain how this law is important in…

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    Newton made many contributions to science. A couple of his major discoveries were the three laws of motion and the theory of gravity. Newton’s first law of motion is the law of inertia. The law of inertia states that an object at rest will remain at rest and an object in motion will remain in motion unless acted upon by a net force. Newton’s second law of motion states that force is proportional to mass and acceleration. Lastly, Newton’s third law of motion is for every action there is an equal…

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    In conclusion, we can use Newton’s 3 laws of motion to maximize our rockets’ flight time. For Newton’s first law, our hypothesis stated the following: “We can apply Newton’s first law by minimizing the forces that resist motion. The way we will do this is to make the nose cone as smooth and pointy as possible. If the nose cone is too flat on the end, it will not cut through the air very well. The rocket must cut through the air swiftly, this means that resistance will be at its minimum during…

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    Physics has a lot of different concepts to it. Different types of theories and laws. If you really think about it everything has physics. Physics is the nature and knowledge that it encompasses. Everything that has physics, has math. Physics is the language of math. For example, posters tapped against a wall. There are all kinds of forces to that, forces like contact force, Gravity, and normal force. Gravity exist among all objects in the universe. Like in the wall and the posters tapped against…

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    The distance the rocket will travel will increase because the rocket has more mass. Newton’s 1st, 2nd, 3rd law and aerodynamic forces had an effect on the rocket. The changes made to the rocket was that more mass was added to the rocket. Two grams of clay was added to the nose cone. The straw is 205 cm body length and there’s 3 fins on the bottom that are 4cm x 2cm. Newton’s 1st law is if an object in rest it will stay in rest unless an outside force acts on the object. Also, if an…

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