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Newton's 3rd Law

What is Newton's 3rd Law? Every action has an equal and opposite reaction.
What is the formula for momentum? Momentum = mass multiplied by velocity
Do Action-Reaction forces cancel? No.
True or false: action-reaction forces are acting on the same object. False.
What are the units for momentum> kg*m/s
What is the law of conservation of momentum? In the absence of outside forces, the total momentum of interacting objects does not change.
What are the key words to help remember the 3rd Law? equal and opposite.
Could air resistance acting on a leaf be an example of the 3rd law? No- It would be an example of fluid friction, not the 3rd law.
How are action/reaction forces related? They are acting on each other in equal and opposite ways.
The more _____ an object has, the harder it is to stop. Momentum
Created by: mnr2014