The laws of motion as elucidated by Newton. Including the Law of Inertia, the Force Law, the Law of Action and Reaction, the Law of Universal Gravitation, and the physical relationships governed by these laws.

The branch of mechanics based on Newton's laws of motion.

the branch of physics which deals with kinematics and the dynamics of large-scale (macroscopic) objects

(Also called classical mechanics.) A system of mechanics based on Newton's laws of motion. The salient characteristics of Newtonian mechanics are that mass and energy are separately conserved, all physical variables can take on a continuous set of values, the state of a system at any instant uniquely determines its state at any later instant (determinism), and interactions at a distance are instantaneous. Compare quantum theory.

The basic laws of motion, postulated by Newton, which are sufficient to explain and quantify virtually all of the complex dynamical behavior found on Earth and elsewhere in the universe.

The system of mechanics based upon Newton laws of motion in which mass and energy are considered as separate, conservative, mechanical properties, in contrast to their treatment in relativistic mechanics.