See the below image for the Third law motion infographic diagram. Newton’s Third Law of Motion states that: To every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.” That means the forces of action and reaction are always equal and opposite. These forces act on two different objects and never cancel each other. Each force produces its own effect based on the mass of the object.
Hence, Newton’s First Law of Motion describes force, Newton’s Second Law of Motion gives the measurement of force, and Newton’s Third Law of Motion relates the forces between two interacting bodies.
The primary object, Newton’s Cradle, is the only physical object to ever display all three laws in one set of motion. Below the cradle is an easy explanation of each law, as well as a real-world example in the from of a small vignette.