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# What is an action that can causes motion?

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Inertia is an action that can cause motion.

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Applied force to an object causes motion.

Two objects both can incur force upon each other. Newton's Third Law of Motion states that, "For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction."

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1st. The rocket sets still until a force, burning fuel, causes a change in motion. 2nd. F=ma The force of the burning fuel causes an acceleration of the rocket. 3rd. Action/reaction. The action of hot burning gases leaving the rocket causes a reaction, which is the motion of the rocket in the opposite direction. Note: The exhaust does not need to hit the ground to cause the reaction. A rocket engine ignited in outer space will cause a change in the motion of the rocket.

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Motion as in the action "to motion someone" is a verb. Motion as in the act of process is a noun. A verb is a word that describes either an action (walk, run, etc), an occurrence (become, happen, etc) or state of being (stand, exist, etc).