Prove to your deskmate that the action of each force does not depend on the action of other forces.

Prove to your deskmate that the action of each force does not depend on the action of other forces. To do this, create and run a simple experiment.

Take a block and attach two dynamometers to it. First, one of us will pull the bar with a force, for example, 2 N for some time, and the bar will travel some distance. Then the other of us will pull the bar with a force, for example, 3 N for the same time, and the bar will travel some distance again. If we simultaneously pull dynamometers with forces of 2 N and 3 N for the same time, the bar will travel a distance equal to the sum of the distances traveled when pulling separately.

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