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If every action has a equal and opposite reaction,then if for example i pushed a football with a force of 10N,then the ball will give a reaction to me with 10N,but due to my huge mass i will not move but that reaction given by the ball is also a action for which there should be another reaction by me to the ball and ball should move out due to my 10N force and this would have continued and it would have no end but it does not happen.Why?

Asked by tanmay 6th March 2013, 3:06 PM
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Answer:
It does not go on.It is only one reaction against one action.
Answered by Expert 6th March 2013, 4:36 PM
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