Rope 50'

Item # PX-2090

The Cordage Source



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Find out who would win a "tug of war" of Newton's third law. 50' of braided rope


You don't need to be that strong to hold up a dictionary with your arms. Now try doing the same thing but attach the dictionary to the middle of a 3 foot piece of rope holding the rope only by the ends. It is not nearly so easy. This is one of the principals of force that can be demonstrated by using simply a piece of rope. By the way the answer to the "tug of war" question is it would be a tie ("For every force there is an equal and opposite reaction". Rope comes in a 50 foot coil.

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