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Tension Problem

In every book its written that if we pull a rope every section of the rope pulls the next section.
But according to 3rd law the section 2 will pull back 1 with equal force.
So there are forces in two directions
But why do u say tension acts away from force?
I have attached a file with 2 doubts.

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