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Answered 2009-10-15 17:38:02

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.

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