1. Force diagrams
2. Hanging objects
3. Floating in water
4. Standing on the ground
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Two people pushing a book at opposite sides in equal amounts of force.
A person pushing a book and letting it fall of a table.
*floating in water
* in arm wrestling
*in a rug of water
*standing on the ground
*ball moves from one place to another after kicking it
*one person significantly heavier than the other creates a condition of unbalanced force in a seesaw
*if you push against a wall,the wall pushes back with an equal but opposite force
kick a ball, friction and erc
More balance forceFloating in waterStanding on the ground
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Negative reciprocity occurs when one party attempts to get more out of the exchange than the other party. This can happen through hard-bargaining, deception, stealing, or even selling food at an inflated price because there is no other option; e.g., vendors at special events.
For example, balanced reciprocity occurs when one individual is paid with free crops for her offer to help local farmers with their harvest. ... However, it is not given in the form of money, but rather in crops, such as free potatoes or corn. That is one example of balanced reciprocity that can occur in small communities.
More examples of reciprocity include: A salesperson giving a freebie to a potential customer, hoping that it will lead them to return the favor by purchasing something. A leader offering attention and mentorship to followers in exchange for loyalty2
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suppose you are pushing a wall and as expected the wall does not move and neither do you. it means that you and the wall are exerting a balanced force on each other.