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{{quotation|'''KEY FORCE CONCEPT (ACTION-REACTION)''': Just because two forces are equal in magnitude and opposite in direction does ''not'' imply that they form an action-reaction pair in the sense of [[Newton's third law of motion]]. An action-reaction pair is a pair occurs between two bodies that exert forces ''on each other'', ''not'' for a pair of forces both acting ''on the same body''.}}
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{{quotation|'''KEY FORCE CONCEPT (ACTION-REACTION)''': Just because two forces are equal in magnitude and opposite in direction does ''not'' imply that they form an action-reaction pair in the sense of [[Newton's third law of motion]]. An action-reaction pair is a pair occurs between two bodies that exert forces ''on each other'', ''not'' for a pair of forces both acting ''on the same body''. {{{1}}}}}

Latest revision as of 23:07, 22 November 2010

KEY FORCE CONCEPT (ACTION-REACTION): Just because two forces are equal in magnitude and opposite in direction does not imply that they form an action-reaction pair in the sense of Newton's third law of motion. An action-reaction pair is a pair occurs between two bodies that exert forces on each other, not for a pair of forces both acting on the same body. {{{1}}}