Physics
gingerlewis792
2016-04-19 12:51:12
Why are the action and reaction forces described by Newton’s third law of motion excluded in the free-body diagram of an object? a. They are equal and opposite, so they cancel one another. b. They act on different objects, so they would not appear together. c. They are in opposite directions, so only one would appear. d. They do not happen at the same time, so only one would appear.
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jessleylo
2016-04-19 17:45:31

a. They are equal and opposite, so they cancel one another.  It cannot be: b. They act on different objects, so they would not appear together., c. They are in opposite directions, so only one would appear., or d. They do not happen at the same time, so only one would appear. It may be any of those actually ;)

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