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An object will stay in it's state of rest or motion unless acted upon by an outside force.
The smaller the object, the less force needed to accelerate it.
The amount of acceleration produced by an object depends on the object's mass...
The greater the mass, the more force needed to accelerate the object.
Every time an outside force is applied on an object (an action) the object will have an equal (in force) but opposite (in direction) reaction.
Newton's First Law
Newton's Second Law
Newton's Third Law
The soccer ball is at rest, until an outside force (the player) acts upon it and causes it to move.
The tennis ball has a smaller mass so it doesn't need as much force to propel it upward. The baseball has a greater mass so it requires more force to push it upwards.
The girl walked off the stage. The action is that her feet pushed on on the stage and the reaction is that the floor pushed back.
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