Newton S Law Of Air Resistance?

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Newton's law says that action and reaction forces are equal and opposite. Therefore because an object is falling through air an equal quantity of air resistance force pushes on the object thus newtons law.
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It basically explains that for every action force, there is an equal and opposite reaction force because the air resistance pushes the same amount of force and speed in the same direction
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Read what Newton's second law says. According to this law, something moving would carry on going forever in the absence of a force. But we know that things don't keep on going forever
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You're confused at some level. The attraction between two masses exists irrespective of any presence of air or, indeed, of any matter between the two masses. Period. I'm not sure
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A force of 10 newtons falling
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