Q. 154.3( 3 Votes )

The action-reacti A. must act on the same object

B. may act on same object

C. may act on different objects

D. must act on different objects

Answer :

According to Newton’s third law, to every action there is equal and opposite reaction. But these two forces are acting on two different objects and not on the same object. If the forces act on same object the forces will get cancelled and the object will not move.

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