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A hand pushes a book against a wall? Both the book and the hand are at rest. Select two forces in this situation which are a third-law pair

1The normal force of the book on your hand

2The normal force of the wall on the book

3The normal force of the book on the wall

4The weight of the book

5The force of friction on the book

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