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# Identify the action–reaction pairs of forces for the

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Problem 6E

Identify the action–reaction pairs of forces for the following situations: (a) You step off a curb. (b) You pat your tutor on the back. (c) A wave hits a rocky shore.

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Solution 6E Step 1 : The action reaction pairs of forces are (a) You step off a curb Action : using foot to push the curb Reaction : curb pushing the foot (b) You pat your tutor on the back Action : your hand pats your tutor’s back Reaction : your tutor’s back pats your hand (c) A wave hits a rocky shore Action : waves exerting force on the rocky shore Reaction : rock from the shore exerts force upon the waves

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