an unbalanced force
yes every unbalanced force can change or "try to change (can be or cannot be)" the state of rest or motion
There's no such thing as "an unbalanced force".If the entire group of two or more forces on an objectis unbalanced, then the object's motion changes.
If the forces on an object are unbalanced then the objects motion will change. It will start accelerating in the direction of the resultant force. Only objects that have balanced forces will remain in the same motion (stationary or moving at a constant speed).
An Unbalanced force accelerates an object and a balanced force has no effect on an object.Balanced forces do not affect motion at all. An object with fully balanced forces does not change its velocity or start moving.Unbalanced forces (giving a resultant force) create acceleration or deceleration in a certain direction.an unbalanced force acting on an object will change the objects motion. a balanced force acting on an object will not change the objects motiontalinnn
According to Issac Newton, an object's motion will change if it is acted upon by an unbalanced force.
Objects in motion are the result of unbalanced forces.
An unbalanced force can: change the speed an object moves at change the direction an object is moving cause an object to start/stop moving
The definition of unbalanced force is a force that together can equal a certain number and will make a change of the objects motion. or an unequal balance of forces on an object
unbalanced forces...like gravity, friction, or an applied force
it is an unequilibrium motion.
The name for such a force is either "non-zero net force" or "unbalanced force". The name for the change of motion is "acceleration".
ANSWER 1 - If an unbalanced force acts on an object in motion, then the velocity of the object will change. ANSWER 2 - The object will continue its state of motion. This property is called 'inertia'.
an unbalanced force.
Not exactly. 'Motion' or 'change of motion' are not force. But the only way to change an object's motion is to cause the group of forces on it to be unbalanced. If the object's motion is changing, then you can be sure that the group of forces acting on it is unbalanced.
There's no such thing as a balanced force or an unbalanced force.If the entire group of all the forces on an object is unbalanced, then the objectundergoes acceleration, or its "motion changes". If the group of forces on it isbalanced, then its motion doesn't change.
Yes, an unbalanced force is needed to change the motion of an object.If an unbalanced force does not act on an object it will continue to maintain its state of motion (either in motion or at rest), not considering the effect of frictional force. This is basically Newtons first law of motion.
When a force is acted on an object the motion changes. Newtons 2nd law of motion states: An object in motion will stay in motion, and an object out of motion will stay out of motion, unless met with an unbalanced force. If a force is aplied to an object in motion it either accelerates, or it will stop once met with sed unbalanced force.
Balanced force can keep object in constant uniform motion only when moved. Unbalanced force can change state of motion of the object. If the object is at rest by a balanced force or unbalanced it can be set into motion or vice versa.