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If an object is not moving, it continues to not move, and if an object is moving, it continues to move unless an outside force acts on it.
An object's acceleration depends on it's mass and the force being applied to it.
Every action has an equal and opposite reaction.
Newton's First Law
Newton's Second Law
Newton's Third Law
The bike is at rest, until a person gets on it and rides it.
The boy is shooting the basketball, and how far it goes depends on how much force he applies to it. He will have to apply more force to the ball when he shoots a three than if he was shooting in the paint.
The bird pushes down on the air with his wings, and the air pushes his wings back up, causing him to move forward. This is an example of an action-reaction force.
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