Assume no friction.
Suppose I exert a force of 1N to a block. The block will exert 1N of force back at me. If I keep exerting the 1N than there is a constant force of 1N exerted back at me so my hand is in constant velocity? But the block I am exerting the force is accelerating forwards. So unless if I provide more than the force recquired to accelerate the block by a certain amount, the block will get in front of me. This doesn't make sense. The more force I provide, the more force the block will exert back at me. In reality I am able to push a block and stay with it. How?
I made this problem up so will not use the template.