Newton's Laws


What is Newtons first law that ties initial speed with acceleration and deceleration.

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It is Newton's Second Law which deals with acceleration. A simple GCSE version of Newton's Second Law is Resultant Force=massx acceleration(or deceleration). Newtons First Law is that an object remains at rest or moving with constant velocity if the resultant force=0.

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