What are Newton's three laws?

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Newton's laws include the three laws of motion. The first law states that, in order for the motion of an object to change, a force must act upon it. His second law defines the relationship between acceleration, force, and mass. While the third law states that when force acts from one object to another, there is equal force acting back on the original object.
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