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        Force and Motion | Science Trek

        The world is full of motion, and all motion in the world happens because of force. So how do forces and motion move our world? What is inertia? What are Newton's laws of motion? Find out more about Sir Isaac Newton's laws of force and motion.

        This episode of IdahoPTV's Science Trek defines gravity, force, friction and inertia through examples from amusement park rides. Examples and explanations of Sir Isaac Newton's Three Laws of Motion are also included. 

        To learn more about Force and Motion visit our Science Trek page here.

        Force and Motion: Video Short

        This video segment from IdahoPTV's Science Trek defines gravity, force, friction and inertia through examples from amusement park rides. Examples and explanations of Sir Isaac Newton's Three Laws of Motion are also included.

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        Force and Motion: Full Show

        On this Science Trek, host Joan Cartan-Hansen and her guest scientists, John Gardner, a professor of mechanical engineering at Boise State University and Kathryn Devine, Assistant Professor of Physics at the College of Idaho, will answer students’ questions about force and motion.

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        Force and Motion: The Web Show

        The world is full of motion and motion happens because of force. Learn how forces and motion move your world. On this episode of Science Trek: The Web Show, guest scientists, John Gardner, and Kathryn Devine, will answer students’ questions about force and motion.

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