## Newton’s Third Law of motion (action-reaction and examples)

This article is about in-depth explanation of newton’s third law of motion. Here in this article I presume that you have a introduction of Newtons first law of motion and Newton’s second law of motion. Now Newtons first law and second law of motion deals with the effect of forces when they acts on a body. First law is about the change in the velocity of the body on the application of unbalanced forces and second law is gives the exact amount of the force needed to produce a given acceleration.

## Circular Motion Physics : Detailed explanation

Circular motion is a very important concept in physics. Here in this page I would like to go through the concept of circular motion. You encounter circular motion in your day to day life. Many rides in amusement parks undergoes circular motion. Curves on highway are part of a circle and cars making a tun undergoes circular motion. Merry-go-Rounds in playgrounds offer further examples of uniform circular motion. Now let us learn more about circular motion.

## What does work means in physics

Work has different meaning in physics then it has in our everyday life and usage. This article is all about work and what we mean , when use term ‘work’ while studying physics. When we talk about our day to day life a person working on desktop typing is doing very less work in comparison to a person lifting and carrying heavy goods.

## Relative velocity

Before discussing relative velocity we must know that all the motion is relative. Everything moves-even things that appear to be at rest. They move relative to the Sun and stars. When we discuss the motion of something, we describe the motion relative to something else. When we say a racing car reaches a speed of 200 kilometers per hour, we mean relative to the track. Unless stated otherwise, when we discuss the speeds of things in our environment, we mean relative to the surface of Earth. Motion is relative.

## How to solve problems with Body in Static equilibrium

Draw a neat diagram of the system.

Firstly consider the origin of the forces acting on the each object.To do this find out the field forces acting on the each object.Wherever contact in available account the contact force carefully

Isolate the object being analyzed. Draw a free-body diagram and then show
and label all external forces acting on the object, indicating where those forces are applied.This way there will not any confusion about the force acting on each object.

## How to solve Momentum and Collisions problems

Choose your frame of reference
Set up a coordinate system and define your velocities with respect to that system.It is usually convenient to have the x axis coincide with one of the initial velocities.
In your sketch of the coordinate system, draw and label all velocity vectors and include all the given information.
Write expressions for the x and y components of the momentum of each object before and after the collision. Remember to include the appropriate signs for the components of the velocity vectors.

## How to solve Work And Energy/kinetic energy problems

Choose your frame of refrence.KE will differ in each refrence frame while PE will remains constant. Define your system, which may include two or more interacting particles, as well as springs or other systems in which elastic potential energy can bestored. Choose the initial and final points.

## How to solve Newton’s Law problems

Draw a neat diagram of the system.
Firstly consider the origin of the forces acting on the each object.To do this find out the field forces acting on the each object.Wherever contact in available account the contact force carefully
Isolate the body whose motion is to be analyzed. Draw a free-body diagram for this body. For systems containing more than one objects, draw separate free-body diagrams for each objects