Definition of Newton's third law of motion
1. Noun. Action and reaction are equal and opposite.
Generic synonyms: Law Of Motion, Newton's Law, Newton's Law Of Motion
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Literary usage of Newton's third law of motion
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1. The Origin and Evolution of Life: On the Theory of Action, Reaction and by Henry Fairfield Osborn (1917)
"He interprets Newton,s third law of motion as the foundation not only of modern dynamics in the Newtonian sense but in the most general sense, ..."
2. Electricity and Matter by Joseph John Thomson (1904)
"To take an example, according to Newton,s Third Law of Motion, Action and Reaction are equal and opposite, so that the momentum in any direction of any ..."
3. Applications of the Calculus to Mechanics by Earle Raymond Hedrick, Oliver Dimon Kellogg (1909)
"We shall make the assumption embodied in Newton-s third law of motion, that the forces exerted by two particles upon each other lie in the line joining them ..."
4. Reinforced Concrete Construction in Theory and Practice: An Elementary by Henry Adams, Ernest Romney Matthews (1911)
"By Newton-s third law of motion " Action and reaction are equal," and a bending moment can only exist when there is a moment of resistance to balance it. ..."
5. Graphics Applied to Arithmetic, Mensuration and Statics by George Charles Turner (1908)
"Put shortly as in Newton-s Third Law of Motion: the action of one body on another (or of one part of a body on another part) is equal in magnitude and ..."