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I'm trying to dribble this basketball. But I need a certain amount of force to bounce it and come back to me.
Law of Motion
- Brianna Warner
Newton's Third Law of Motion states for every action force there is a reaction force equal in strength and opposite in direction.
There was a equal force that acted on the basketball and the boy's hand when the boy pushed it to the ground. The force reacted back up with the same strength causing the basketball to bounce back up to the player opposite in direction.
The ball moved more than the boy because it had less mass
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