Newton''s first law of motion - mechanics, Mechanical Engineering

Newton's first law of motion:

First law of Newton: It is magnitude of force that develops acceleration of 1 m/s2 in 1 kg mass of the body.

The subject of rigid body mechanics is based on the three fundamental law of motion which were given by Newton.

Newton's first law of motion: A particle remains at rest or continues to move with a constant speed. If the resultant force which is acting on it is Zero.

 

 

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