A Hockey stick
Newton's First Law: The hockey puck glides in a straight line unless acted upon by an outside force, such as a hockey stick.Newton's Second Law: The acceleration of the puck when hit by a hockey stick is directly proportional to the force, and inversely proportional to its mass. The harder the puck is hit, the faster its acceleration. a = F/mNewton's Third Law: When the puck is hit by a hockey stick, it exerts an equal but opposite force on the hockey stick. If the hockey stick hits the puck to the right, the puck will push back against the hockey stick to the left.
A hockey stick is what the players hold on to in order to move the puck. A puck is the black disk that the players use the stick to hit. The purpose of the game is to get the puck into the opponent's net more times than they score on your net.
no you cant that's not allowed in hockey you have to hit it in with the hockey stick
The gliding hockey puck moves in a straight line with constant velocity unless acted upon by an outside force, like another hockey stick or the wall. (Newton's first law) The acceleration of the hockey puck is directly proportional to the force acting on it, and inversely proportional to its mass. If you hit it harder, it will accelerate faster. How fast depends on its mass. (Newton's 2nd law) When the hockey puck hits the wall or another player's hockey stick, it moves off in the opposite direction with a force equal to the force exerted by the wall or hockey stick. (Newton's third law)
take puck/ball, hit puck/ball with stick, put puck/ball into back of net. celebrate with teammates, help out the defense when needed
A hockey puck
A hockey puck
Newton's first law is a object at rest will stay at rest unless acted on by a outside force so when you hit the puck with the stick the stick is the outside force and the puck moves
Well, the space shuttle is no longer in space, it is in a museum, so if you hit a hockey puck off it, the hockey puck would probably crash into the museum wall.
to hit the puck not with your hands