﻿ When a car collides with a truck, intuitively the car reacts more during the collision. (You’d rather be riding
, 01.08.2020 17:01, TylerU2770

# When a car collides with a truck, intuitively the car reacts more during the collision. (You’d rather be riding in the truck!) So occupants in the car would feel the bigger force. In the meantime, Newton’s 3rd law states: The force exerted by object A on object B is equal in strength (but opposite in direction) to the force exerted by object B on object A. How would you reconcile the law with the collision feeling?

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