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# Newton's Third Law

## Every action has an equal and opposite reaction.

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## Newton's Third Law

by Anusha Natarajan //basic

Newton's Third Law of Motion - action and reaction forces and why they are not balanced forces.

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## Newton's Third Law

by Jeremy Bovay //basic

Newton's Third Law of Motion - action and reaction forces and why they are not balanced forces.

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## Newton's Third Law Section 3.13

by Jannine Tuttle //basic

Newton's Third Law of Motion - action and reaction forces and why they are not balanced forces.

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## Newton's Third Law

by Patrick Kavanaugh //basic

Newton's Third Law of Motion - action and reaction forces and why they are not balanced forces.

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## Newton's Third Law

by Michelle Gallivan //basic

Newton's Third Law of Motion - action and reaction forces and why they are not balanced forces.

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• Real World Application

## Two-Handed Bowling

by jeyanthi //basic

Learn how two-handed bowling allows bowlers to put spin on the ball so the ball hooks and is more likely to knock down all of the pins.

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• Flashcards

## Newton's Third Law

by Ellaine Chou //basic

These flashcards are here to help you better understand middle school physical science.

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