What Is a Reaction Force?


Reaction force refers to the force which acts in the opposite direction as an action force. It is aimed at achieving an oppossing motion to the initially applied force. In society, it may refer to a group that opposes the state of things.
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A reaction force refers to a force that acts in the converse direction to that of the action force. A good example of a reaction is when one fires a bullet from a gun; he or she feels being pushed backward.
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A reaction force is bascally a force that acts in the opposite direction to an action force. It can better be described as when one fires a bullet from a gun, they feel being pushed
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The push or pull of a second object back on the object that started the push or pull.
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