Sure. If all of the forces on an object are balanced, then the object continues moving
in a straight line at constant speed.
All of the forces on an airplane cruising in level flight, or on a car on cruise-control on a
straight piece of road, are balanced.
The object will keep moving at a constant speed if the forces acting on an object is balanced as both forces are balanced
Of course they can, but as they are balanced no change in the motion happens.
If forces on an object are unbalanced, the object will accelerate or decelerate. If forces on an object are balanced, the object will stay still or keep moving with the same velocity.
If the object doesn't move, the forces HAVE TO be balanced. There is no other way.
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.
If they are equal in values - nothing. Otherwise, it will move to the same direction as the direction of the greater force.
When equal and opposite forces act on an object, the object does not change its state of rest or motion. These forces are called balanced forces. When unequal forces act on an object, the object changes its state of rest or motion. Such forces are called unbalanced forces.
No. If you have a moving object and you act upon it with forces which total sum equals 0 (zero), you will not change that object movement. Same goes for static objects.
If forces on an object are balanced, the object will not accelerate - i.e., its velocity won't change.
Forces that likely act upon a moving object include:frictiongravity
It means the forces which act upon the object are balanced
If the forces are balanced they will have no action or the object, if not they will accelerate the object in the resultant direction of the two forces..
Balanced forces cancel each other, hence, they do not alter the motion of an object upon which they are acting.
Net force is when two or more forces act on an object at the same time and the forces combine. Balanced forces are forces on an object that are equal in size and opposite in direction.
"Action and reaction" refers to Newton's Third Law. Forces always come in pairs; if object "A" pushes against object "B", then object "B" will push back against object "A". Which of these two forces is called the "action", and which the "reaction", is often arbitrary."Balanced forces" is unrelated to the above; when forces are "balanced", it means that the vector sum of all the forces that act on the same object are zero. Please note that "action and reaction" forces are forces that act on different objects, so the forces on a single object are not necessarily balanced.
An object in motion will remain in motion until forces act upon it.
Then the result will be the same as if NO forces act on the object (since the sum of the forces is zero). The object will continue moving in a straight line, at constant speed.
It means the same. When the vector sum of all forces that act on an object is zero, the forces are said to be balanced.
Then the speed is constant and it is going at a constant speed.
If they are balanced and equal they have no overall effect on the acceleration of an object.
Then the objects will move in the direction of the resultant force.