The forces acting on an object that is moving are: Downforce, upthrust, gravity, air resistance and friction.
The forces are not balanced, the reason for this is because if the forces were balanced, the object would not be moving. You need to have more Newtons of force in one direction than the other to make it go that way.
The object will keep moving at a constant speed if the forces acting on an object is balanced as both forces are balanced
the forces acting on the weight lifter and the weights are balanced because the forces are not moving or changing direction.
A balanced group of forces acting on the object has no effect on its motion. The object continues moving in a straight line at constant speed.
It will stop moving.
If there are any forces acting on a stationary object, then they must be balanced, or it would no longer remain stationary.It is also possible that the object is already moving. In the forces are balanced on a moving object, the object would continue moving at the same speed and direction (velocity) that it already had.
While you're moving, the forces acting on you are unbalanced, and add up to something. When you're sitting, the forces acting on you are balanced, and add up to zero.
Of course they can, but as they are balanced no change in the motion happens.
If you add up all the forces acting on an object, they are balanced if they equal zero. (They cancel each other out). If the forces acting on a object are balanced, then the acceleration of that object is zero. It may still be moving, but it is not accelerating. An object that is not accelerating, (the sum of the forces acting on it is zero), is in equilibrium.
YoU know when it's balanced because the object isn't moving ?
The object will be in both rotational and translational equilibrium and will not be moving.
An object at rest has zero acceleration. If the set of forces acting on a moving object is balanced, then the moving object also has zero acceleration.
Balanced forces means that the sum of the forces acting on a body is zero, and the body will have constant velocity, either at rest, or moving in a particular direction.
The object the forces are acting on will not move, or will be moving at a constant speed (e.g. not accelerating). This is called being in 'equilibrium'.
Forces are balanced when an object is at rest or not moving
If they are equal in values - nothing. Otherwise, it will move to the same direction as the direction of the greater force.
when the system is at equilibrium or when you are not moving in any direction at all
If your body isn't moving, balanced forces must be acting on it.
When the entire group of forces acting on an object is balanced, the object's motion is 'uniform' ... its speed is constant and it moves in a straight line. If its speed is changing or its path is not straight, that's called "acceleration", and it means that the group of forces acting on the object is not balanced.
Balanced forces, by definition, have a net force of zero. That is, they are forces acting on an object which counteract each other, resulting in zero movement for the object in question.
If the object is not moving, or moving at a constant speed in a straight line, then the forces on it add up to zero. As a group, the group of forces is 'balanced'.
the direction the car is moving will not change
The effect of balanced forces is the fact that the object is moving at constant speed. An object moving at constant speed is under the influence of balanced forces.
The object's acceleration is zero ... it continues moving in a straight line at a constant speed.
When all forces are balanced, the object can either be moving at a constant velocity or be at rest. But because you asked for balanced forces on a moving object, it is moving at a constant velocity.
if nothing is moving they are balanced forces. If it is moving then the forces are unbalanced.