Reflection: Real World Applications Newton's 3rd Law, Day 2 - Section 1: Student Video Share-Out


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Newton's 3rd Law, Day 2

Unit 4: Inertia and Interactions
Lesson 8 of 9

Objective: Students will be able to identify action and reaction forces for a pair of objects by labeling them on a diagram and identify which object will have a greater acceleration.

Big Idea: Students apply Newton's 3rd Law and action & reaction forces in different situations.

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