Hitting the ball to the floor is an example for Newton's third law?
Asked by prasku2006 | 12th Sep, 2019, 11:12: PM
Yes, hitting a ball to the floor is an example of Newton's third law of motion because the force exerted by the ball when hitted on the floor is equal and opposite in the direction to the force exerted by a floor on the ball. The hitting of the ball on the floor is action while bouncing back of the ball after hitting is the reaction according to the Newton's third law of motion.
Answered by Shiwani Sawant | 13th Sep, 2019, 10:46: AM
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