Answer Blow up a balloon and then release it. As if flies around it is following Newton's Third Law of Motion. Play a game of snooker. Push your hands together. Just stand on the
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If you speak of a proof in a mathematical sense, then you always have to consider from which assumptions you want to prove something. If you assume conservation of momentum and Newtons
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1. Set one car next to the end of the yardstick on a flat surface. 2. Roll a second car forcefully into the back of the first car. 3. Measure how far the first car moved along the
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Newton's third law is, for every reaction there is an equal and opposite
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