# Newton's Law Quizzes & Trivia

Do you love physics? Today, almost no fan of physics, big or small, has gotten by without hearing of Sir Isaac Newton and his laws of physics. He actually has laws of motion, but many people consider it “laws of physics”. The first law says that an object will stay at rest unless an external force acts upon it, in which case the object will change its motion due to the external force.

Can you name his second and third laws of motion and where they apply in the world of physics? If you really think you are an expert on the matter, see just how much information you know by taking one of our many quizzes and seeing how well you do!
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Newton’s three laws of motion are some of the most highly regarded scientific discoveries to date, but how much do you know about how they actually define the way motion works? Take this quiz to see how much you truly...

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