The Simpsons: Oily Floor
  • Physics → Newton's Laws of Motion → First Law

Homer slicks the floor with oil in an attempt to injure himself at work. Due to the significantly reduced friction, he stays in motion at the same speed and direction, thus failing to harm himself.

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  1. How does Homer's actions illustrate the 1st Law of Motion?

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  • Elizabeth
    11 months ago
    As a formative assessment within a notes presentation
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