Agentjamesbond007
  • Agentjamesbond007
As an object falls toward Earth a. The object does not exert a force on Earth b. The object exerts a downward force on Earth c. Newton's 3rd law doesn't apply d. The upward acceleration of Earth is negligible because of it's large mass
Physics
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  • chestercat
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TuringTest
  • TuringTest
Two masses always exert a gravitational force on each other, even if it is negligible. |dw:1327858208519:dw|this is a rough sketch direction of the gravitational forces acting one each object. Note their directions.
anonymous
  • anonymous
from thrid law of newton d is correct
anonymous
  • anonymous
i am not agree with hosien .the newton third law must be applicable

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