Newton's Third Law
By: Natalie and Keiko
Newton's third law states that every action has an equal and opposite reaction. That means that if a force is going twords a wall at a constant speed, or is accelerating, when it hits the wall it will hit it with the same force it was traveling at. It will also bounce off because the wall will send an opposite force, so now the initial force travles in the opposite direction with less force. This is because the wall, when it is hit, absorbs some of the force.
Newton’s third law states that every action has an equal and opposite reaction. So if a force is accelerating in one direction and hits a wall, it will hit it with equal and opposite force. This will cause the initial force to change directions, because of the opposite force, and continue with slightly less speed. This is because the wall will absorb some of the force when it is hit.
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