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written by Darren Fix
This video shows how Newton's Third Law of Motion can be demonstrated using a low-friction "sled" and two rubber bands. The video includes a brief description of Newton's third law and explains the reaction force on the sled.
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Metadata instance created February 25, 2009 by Logan Hancock
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