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third law

newtons third law

What is a force? Force can be defined as a push or a pull.
If both teams pull the tag with equal force, what would the net force be? 0
When you kick the wall in your room, you will probably end up hurting your foot, why? when one object applies a force on a second object, the second object applies a force on the first that has an equal magnitude but opposite direction.
What is the net force on 200 g ball when it hits a wall with acceleration of 10 m/s2? 2
A person swings a baseball bat and hits the ball with 10 newtons of force.How much force does the ball exert on the bat? 10N
forces occur in ____ pairs equal
forces occur in what direction? opposite
the force of gravity= earths pull
F=M(?) a= acceleration
Created by: sheltonmcc