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How do newton's 3 laws of motion appear in daily life? ?

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The first law could be applied on our relationships. The relationships we have would remain the same unless we ourselves apply some forces to change attitudes, directions or the environment. The second law could be applied on our effectiveness. It is normally equal to our substance multiplied by the hard work we put into it. Read more on http://legacydaily.com/2008/12/newtons-laws-in-everyday-life/.

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When you walk on the floor you are putting force on the floor and the floor is putting force back on you. You are basicly pushing the floor back. When you push on a wall you are putting force on it and its putting force back on you (its putting the same amount of force on you). With every action there is an opposite and equal reaction(: goodluck!!

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And this was mainly for laws 2 and 3 (mainly 3)
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A car! It would stay in motion if not affected by both gravity and brakes the harder you press the accelerator the faster it goes and the larger the car the larger of an engine or less mpg do to the engine working harder

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Umm the first law ( Inertia ) When you are sitting you will tend to stay in place, if you are jogging you will stay jogging unless you get tired, I don't really know about the second one and the third one if you ride a skateboard you are pushing off the ground
so you will get the sskateboard to move

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Damn it!! I just spilled my banana smoothie on the carpet!!

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