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Essentially, when we consider just the lift and ignore albert and bella, the floor of the lift is exerting 678 N on Albert and 452 N on bella and so this force moves downwards as shown. However, when we just consider albert or just bella, this force exerted by the floor of their lift becomes their reaction force??? How does that work exactly??
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The forces between the floor and the feet of A and B are equal and opposite (Newton's third law).
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