## Newton's Second Law Of Motion | Practical Applications | CBSE Class 9 Science | Physics

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Newton’s Second Law Of Motion | Practical Applications | CBSE Class 9 Science | Physics

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Newton’s First Law Of Motion:
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Hello students, here in this video here we discuss the topic as, Newton’s Second Law and practical application for the same, from chapter Force and Newton’s Laws of Motion of CBSE Class 9 Science physics.

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This video gives the application of Newton’s Second law in our day to day life. Means it gives an example of Newton’s second law of motion real life.

The second law states that the acceleration of an object is dependent upon two variables – the net force acting upon the object and the mass of the object.

Here we derived two different examples for it.

From the first example,

We can illustrate that when we catch the ball we stop it gradually. We need to apply less force. This is easy and safe.
But when we stop the ball suddenly, we need to apply a larger force. This is difficult and also can injure our hand.

From the second example,

In a high jump,
If the surface is soft, the athlete’s body changes velocity in more time. Thus less force acts on his body, which is safe.
But if the surface is hard, the athlete’s body changes velocity in very less time. The large force acts on his body, due to which he may get injured.

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