Definition of Newton's law of motion

1. Noun. One of three basic laws of classical mechanics.

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Literary usage of Newton's law of motion

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1. Applied Mechanics: A Treatise for the Use of Students who Have Time to Work by John Perry (1907)
"This is Newton-s law of motion. The mutual forces of parts of a system cannot affect the motion of the centre of inertia of the whole system. (See Art. 482. ..."

2. The Principles, Operation and Product of the Blast Furnace by Joseph Esrey Johnson (1918)
"... 216 Newton.s law of motion, 115 Nickel in a charge, 259 effect on iron, 487 Niedt, H., 152 O Ohio Works burner, 390 Old-Range ores, 141, 142, 292, ..."

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