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Newton's 3 Laws, with a bicycle - Joshua Manley

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Published on Sep 19, 2012

View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/joshua-manl...

Why would it be hard to pedal a 10,000 pound bicycle? This simple explanation shows how Newton's 3 laws of motion might help you ride your bike.

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