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Q: When batter hits a baseball with a bat the bat exerts a force on the ball does the ball exert a force on the bat?
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A batter hits a baseball with a bat.the bat exerts a force on the ball.does the ball exert a force on the bat?

Yes, an equal and opposite force.


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The force that the machine exerts is the out put force. This is the science definition.


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If everything exerts a force why do you not get pulled by it?

The objects with bigger masses exert more pulling force. However, even though all the matter around us exert a force, their masses are too small for them to exert a 'feelable' force. But yes, they do exert a force, but its negligible.


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Does a compass needle exert force on the earth if the earth exerts a magnetic force on the compass?

Yes !! But its negligible.


When you exert a force on an object it exerts the same force back on you?

its possible in any possible ways depending on the force put on it .


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Whenever you exert a force on an object does it exerts stronger or the same force back on you?

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