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Nope, you've still got it wrong:

(reaction)<--mass-->(action)

<--450kg--> (equal and opposite force/momentum)
<--50kg--> (another equal and opposite force/momentum)

Net force/momentum of <--450kg--> is zero
Net force/momentum of <--50kg--> is zero
Net of the two combined is zero

Like I said earlier, you're missing half the equasion.

Bryan


missing half an equasion is not as bad as missing half a brain , bryan.
but Im not missing half the equasion your missing half the brain , maybe all of the brain , bryam.

so if I push a mass in zero g with 450 kg force and you push the same mass in zero g from the opposite end with 50 kg force then the mass will not move?

according to your understanding of physics , that is.

I think I need to find another name for people such as
yourself.

such as stupid stupid people.







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