Subject: What will happen if I push away from an object having the same mass as me?
Date: Thu Jan 24 09:06:37 2002
Posted by Angela Adams
Grade level: 4-6
School: Carver-Edisto Middle School
City: Cordova State/Province: SC
Area of science: Astronomy
I mean this in space. I know that this has to do with Newton's third law. I
also understand what would happen if the objects in space were of different
masses. What I don't understand is what if they were the same! I don't know if
they wouldn't move at all.....or if both of them would barely move but in equal
and opposite directions.
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