- Newton’s Third Law states:
If body A exerts a force on body B, then body B will exert a force on body A of equal magnitude but in the opposite direction
- This means that every force has a paired equal and opposite force
- Newton’s Third Law force pairs must act on two different objects
- Newton’s Third Law force pairs must also be of the same type e.g. gravitational or frictional
Using Newton’s third law describe why when a balloon is united, it travels in the opposite direction.