Newton's Third Law of Motion

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  • Newton's Third Law of Motion
  • Frame of reference
  • Types of frames of reference
    1) Inertial frame of reference
    2) Non-inertial frame of reference

Notes

Newton’s Third Law

To every action, there is always an equal and opposite reaction.
For example, when you hold the ball, a force acts on the ball (Action), and an equal and opposite force acts on your hand (Reaction).

Action & Reaction forces always act on different bodies

  • FAB = FBA
  • FAB: Force acting on A by B
  • FBA: Force acting on B by A

Action & Reaction forces occur at the same instant

 

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