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Third Law of Motion

Newtons 3rd law of motion

Every action has an equal and opposite_________ Reaction
True or False? Action and reaction pairs cancel each other out. False
Action and reaction pairs act in _______ directons. opposite
True of False? You can always detect motion when paired forces are in action. False
True of False? Action reaction pairs have the same force. True
Momentum of a moving object can be determined by multiplying_______by_________ Mass, velocity
True of False? When two object interact the momentum stays the same. True, it is conserved
Momentum is ___________ when two objects interact. Conserved
When a rocket lifts off what is the action reaction pair. The rockets gas pushes down on the ground and the ground pushes back up on the rocket sending it up into space.
What is momentum also called? The quanity of motion.
Created by: max breckenridge