anonymous
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In a basketball game, a player shoots a jump shot. What force actually causes the player to jump into the air? A. the floor pushing up on the player B. the player pushing down on the floor C. the push of the ball on the floor D. the push of the floor on the ball
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Its b
anonymous
  • anonymous
well what do you think?
anonymous
  • anonymous
i thought it was b 2

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anonymous
  • anonymous
well. strictly speaking.. its a cause when you push down on the floor, the floor pushes on to you.. and thus that helps you shoot up imagine if there was no ground.. imagine you were in air.. falling .. now if you pushed down the leg.. would you jump?
anonymous
  • anonymous
noo
anonymous
  • anonymous
So a!
anonymous
  • anonymous
yea
anonymous
  • anonymous
with that medal.. my smartscore raised yayayay :D
anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm so done with physics -.-
anonymous
  • anonymous
lolz :D
anonymous
  • anonymous
Can you help me with one more? @Mashy
anonymous
  • anonymous
m sleepy.. but shoot! quick!
anonymous
  • anonymous
If the force of a golf club on a golf ball is 200 N forward, what will the force of the ball on the club be? A. 200 N forward B. 200 N backward C. 400 N forward D. 400 N backward
anonymous
  • anonymous
whats newton's third law?
anonymous
  • anonymous
action and reaction are equal and opposite.
anonymous
  • anonymous
exactly.. so now can you answer?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Newton’s Third Law of Motion states that when one object exerts a force on a second object, the forces are __________________. A. equal in magnitude and equal in direction B. equal in magnitude and opposite in direction C. opposite in magnitude and equal in direction D. opposite in magnitude and opposite in direction
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thats B right??
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes :P
anonymous
  • anonymous
During a softball game, a shortstop catches a ground ball. The action force is the ball pushing on the glove. What is the reaction force? A. the ground pushing on the ball B. the fielder pushing on the ball C. the glove pushing on the ball D. the ball pushing on the ground
anonymous
  • anonymous
Is that B??
anonymous
  • anonymous
you shoudl be able to figure this out by now.. stop posting more question shere :P
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  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
ball pushing on the glove is ACTIOn what would be reaction?!
anonymous
  • anonymous
d?
anonymous
  • anonymous
:O BALL PUSHING ON THE GLOVE .. is action what do you think is the reaction!???!? from where ground comes into the picture?!?!? why don't you understand action reaction pair?? if i push you is action, you push me is reaction.. if i push air is action, air pushes me is reaction!
anonymous
  • anonymous
c?
anonymous
  • anonymous
yea!!
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