# Forces and Newton's laws of motion resources

### Community Project (1)

Equations of motion (SOURCE)

This resource covering equations of constant acceleration has been contributed to the mathcentre Community Project by Josh Simpson and reviewed by Leslie Fletcher, Liverpool John Moores University.

### Motivating Mathematics (1)

Force and motion - Mike Savage

This extension video mathstutor discusses Newton's second law of motion. This resource is released under a Creative Commons license Attribution-Non-Commercial-No Derivative Works and the copyright is held by Skillbank Solutions Ltd.

### Quick Reference (16)

Equations of motion

This resource covering equations of constant acceleration has been contributed to the mathcentre Community Project by Josh Simpson and reviewed by Leslie Fletcher, Liverpool John Moores University.

Forces acting at an angle - resolving forces

This leaflet explains how a force can be split into two perpendicular components.

Forces acting at an angle (with friction)

This leaflet introduces friction into the analysis of the effect of forces on bodies.

Parallel forces acting together

In this leaflet we consider the resultant force when several parallel forces act.

Particle on a slope (with friction)

This leaflet analyses particles on slopes in the presence of friction.

Particles on a slope

When resolving forces, the directions generally taken are horizontal and vertical.
However, there are situations when it is better to consider other directions for resolving.
This leaflet explains how this is done.

Types of Force

This leaflet explains the various types of force which are commonly found when studying the motion of physical bodies.

### Staff Resources (1)

Maths EG Teacher Interface

The teacher interface for Maths EG which may be used for computer-aided assessment of maths, stats and numeracy from GCSE to undergraduate level 2. These resources have been made available under a Creative Common licence by Martin Greenhow and Abdulrahman Kamavi, Brunel University. Teachers need to register (top right of screen) and thereafter login to use the system, after which they may use it to compose their own tests by selecting (specifically or randomly) questions from the entire database of questions. Instructions are available from the title page.