Question 6. Is it possible to obtain Newton's First Law using only the Second andThird Laws? (If it is possible, show. If it isn't possible, state why.) What aboutobtaining Newton's Second from the First and Third? (State yes or no only.) ObtainingNewton's Third from the First and Second? (State yes or no only.)

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Question 6. Is it possible to obtain Newton's First Law using only the Second and
Third Laws? (If it is possible, show. If it isn't possible, state why.) What about
obtaining Newton's Second from the First and Third? (State yes or no only.) Obtaining
Newton's Third from the First and Second? (State yes or no only.)
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Question 6. Is it possible to obtain Newton's First Law using only the Second and Third Laws? (If it is possible, show. If it isn't possible, state why.) What about obtaining Newton's Second from the First and Third? (State yes or no only.) Obtaining Newton's Third from the First and Second? (State yes or no only.)

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Newton’s first law can be derived from Newton’s second law.

Equation for Newton’s second law is,

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When F is zero...

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