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Identify the action-reaction pairs in the following situations.
(a) a man takes a step

(b) a snowball hits a girl in the back

(c) a baseball player catches a ball

(d) a gust of wind strikes a window


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    I will do one. Then, I will be happy to critique your thinking. These require thinking on the application of Newtons laws. You can think.

    c) ball stops, glove moves back.

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