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Could the jumper be related to Newton's three laws?

Holding the body and it in one leap, you draw an independent body diagram showing the arm pointing the body, backwards, gravity downwards and the body pointing upwards (jumper area).

The first law states that the body remains at rest or in motion unless an external or internal force acts on the body.

Here, the person keeps jumping until he slows down and stops jumping.

Silk law F = mother, the boy went straight down, then jumped.

The third law states: Every action is equal to the reaction and the opposite direction. 2 is equal to p is equal to c.

There are two erzas, the erza person down and the resistance that takes the jump up, both equal, the distance that the extra jump jumps up.

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Could the jumper be related to Newton's three laws? 3

An example of how to make a law with a jumper?

Hold the body and it is in the pullover, you sketch a free body in which the arm shows the person's body, waist, gravity swinging down and the body swinging up (jumper area) fingers down.

The first law states that the body remains in a state of rest or motion unless an external or internal force acts on the body.

Here, the person keeps jumping until he slows down and stops jumping.

The law of silk. F = ma, the boy went straight down, then jumped.

The third law says: Every action takes place in equal reaction and in opposite direction. 2 is equal to p is equal to c.

There are two ores, the desired person down and the resistance from which the jump goes up, both equal, the same distance as the extra jump that makes the jump.

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