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Objects in motion stay in motion and objects that are still stay still unless acted on by a net force
The acceleration of a object depends on the mass and amount of force applied
For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction
Newton's first law
Newton's second law
Newton's third law
A girl is moving her package inside, before she lifted it up it was still but, she acted as a net force by picking it up which put it in motion
The more force the baseball player applies to the ball, the farther and more acceleration it will have
When the boy throws the ball up and plans to catch it, the ball will have the equal opposite reaction of the ball going in the opposite direction it was thrown but fall same distance.
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