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If every action gives an equal and oppositte reaction,according to the third law of motion, how does an object move?

If every action gives an equal and oppositte reaction,according to the third law of motion, how does an object move?

Grade:9

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Shane Macguire
30 Points
8 years ago

Action and Reaction act on different objects. So there is no question of their mutual cancellation.

masu mounika
16 Points
8 years ago

Object move because of various forces acting on them

Soumyadip
38 Points
8 years ago

Object moves because of various mass. If a 5kg mass excert a force so that a 2 kg mass gain 2m/s velocity then the work done by first body is 4j and thus the expression of velocity of first body is

                       1/2×5×v2=4  => v=√(8/5)

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