__Forces and Newton's Laws__

**2.01A**- I can apply Newton's first law (law of inertia) to make predictions in physical situations.

**2.02A**- I can find net force, acceleration, and/or mass given other information.

**2.03A**- I can describe how Newton’s 3rd Law applies to physical situations and identify 3rd law pairs.

**2.04B**- I can identify and label the forces acting on an object (by drawing system schema and a free body diagram).

**2.05B**- I can use use equations to perform basic calculations for forces of gravity, friction, and springs. I can also differentiate static and kinetic friction.

**2.06B**- I can solve force problems involving balanced or unbalanced forces. These forces could be perpendicular, at an angle, or on an incline.

**2.07C**- I can connect representations of motion with objects experiencing balanced or unbalanced forces. Given information about the forces or motion, I can model that behavior with force and motion models.

**2.08C**- I can solve advanced problems that require concepts about unbalanced forces on an incline, friction, springs and motion. These problems will require more than one model/equation

## Force Diagrams and System Schemas

## Newton's First Law

## Newton's second Law

## Newton's third Law

__Forces Playlist__

__Forces Playlist__