Same case of Newton’s third law

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rudransh verma
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Previously I have posted two threads on
Thread 'Monkey climbing up the rope'
https://www.physicsforums.com/threads/monkey-climbing-up-the-rope.1012065/ and
Thread 'Car's maximum acceleration on a road is proportional to what?'
https://www.physicsforums.com/threa...on-on-a-road-is-proportional-to-what.1011913/
I think both are same cases of Newton’s third law. Both require applications of a force which generates static friction on rope and road and this force helps accelerate the monkey and the car up the rope and down the road. Right?
(Thanks for verifying)
 

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russ_watters
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Both require applications of a force which generates static friction on rope and road and this force helps accelerate the monkey and the car up the rope and down the road. Right?
Yes...
 
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