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A child standing on a bus remains still when the bus is at rest. When the bus moves forward and then slows down, the child continues moving forward at the original speed. This is an example of A. Newton's Third Law of Motion. B. Newton's Second Law of Motion. C. an action-reaction pair. D. Newton's First Law of Motion.
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A child standing on a bus remains still when the bus is at rest. When the bus moves forward and then slows down, the child continues moving forward at the original speed. This is an example of Newton's First Law of Motion.
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A child standing on a bus remains still when the bus is at rest. When the bus moves forward and then slows down, the child continues moving forward at the original speed. This is an example of Newton's First Law of Motion.

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