a car is pulling a trailer in a plane.is force applied by car on trailer is equal to applied force by trailer on car?
Asked by mlalchand67 | 19th Feb, 2019, 11:45: AM
Yes the force applied by car must be equal to reaction force provided by trailer. This statement can be proved by newton 3rd law. It state every action has equal and opposite reaction.
Answered by Ankit K | 19th Feb, 2019, 10:33: PM
- pls prove that
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