Newton's third law of motion states that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.
An everyday example of that is when a ball hits the ground it bounces back.
An example of Newtons third law of motion is when you are swimming and you do a breaststroke you push water behind you, then the water behind you pushes you forward.
Newtons's second law of motion is considered as a real law of motion because from this law of motion both first law of motion and third law of motion can be derived
Pushing someone on a swing or in a wagon.
If you push something, it starts to move.
There are several real-life examples that operate with Newton's law of motion. They include a roller coaster, a car crash, and a conveyor belt.
Newton's three laws of motion only apply to real world situations whenever something moves or doesn't move. Otherwise, they are nothing more than just a theory.
Every thought you ever had, every motion you ever made.
real motion is when an object actually moves
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2 conditions for uniform motion: a) constant speed; b) constant direction (no turning). If either of these conditions isn't there, then the motion is "non-uniform" or "accelerated". Examples of uniform motion: a car in a drag race reaching and maintaining its maximum speed on a straight and flat race course; a space craft drifting between two galaxies; (very few real-life examples). Examples of non-uniform motion: a racing horse; merry-go-around; swing; automotive braking; throwing a softball; etc. ================================
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