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Why don't you move when you pull a door open and the force the door exerts on you is equal to the force you exert on the door?

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    Actually, you exert enough force to move the door; therefore, the door moves and you need not move. But if the door was stuck and you exerted enough force, then you would move, probably by your feet sliding on the floor.

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