because the force pulls up the moving object and it stops
When a force is applied to a body, the body gets acceleration or retardation. so the moving object may move faster or may stop. when there is no force, the moving object will move with a constant velocity.
A net force of zero will have no effect on a moving object. If there is a net force of zero on an object then the object will continue moving at a constant speed in the same direction.
A force can make a still object move. It can change its shape or size. It can change the way in which it is moving.
force, mass, friction, and gravity
The upward force of a moving object is known as "lift".
if there is a balanced force on a moving object (no unbalanced force) the object will continue moving with the same velocity
The smoothness of the surfaces that are in contact, and the weight of the object moving along a horizontal surface affect the force of friction.
The only thing that causes or influences acceleration of an object is force.
An object which is moving doesn't need a force to keep it moving.
No, it is untrue. No force is required to keep a moving object moving.
If you apply force to an object, you accelerate it. If you apply the force in the direction that the object is moving, you speed it up. If you apply it in the opposite direction, you slow it down. If you apply the force in another direction than the object is moving in you will change the direction of the objects motion. The amount of acceleration is given by a = F/m where a is acceleration, F is force and m is the mass of the object.
force can change the shape and size of an object force can change the direction of an moving object force can make a stationary object move and make a moving object move faster force can slow down or completely stop a moving object
Mechanical energy is transferred by a force to a moving object.
Force can change the direction of a moving object when applied appropriately.
Yes it is - if the object is at rest. However, if the object was already moving, no force is required to keep it moving.
Force is never needed to keep an object moving unless there is an opposite force trying to slow the object.
Yes. If no force acts on an object, it will continue moving indefinitely.
The net force on an object moving at a constant velocity is zero.
It is not the force that is moving or not moving; what moves (or doesn't move) is any object on which the force acts.
They accelerate the object in the direction of the resultant force. The effect on the speed depends on how the object is moving already.
The best, purest answer is: Because no force at all is required to keep a moving object moving.
acceleration of the object as long as the force is supplied.
A balanced force is an object at rest. An unbalanced force is an object moving.
For an object in motion, a force applied in the direction of the movement of the object would propel it further along that direction. The force should be equal or more than the momentum of the object. If a force in applied against the moving object in a direction opposite to the movement of the object, the velocity of the moving object is hampered. How much this decrease in velocity would occur would depend on the amount of the opposing force. If a sufficiently large force in an opposing direction is applied, it can even stop the object. If the force is not along or opposite the movement of the object, the force can change the direction of the object. If the force that was causing the movement of the object is removed, the object slows down, until it finally stops. For an object at rest, a sufficient amount of force can set the object in motion.
Force is the only thing that can make a moving object move faster.
the heavier and the bigger the object the more force you need to use to keep it moving . the less weight and the smaller an object is the less force you need to use to keep it moving. it always depends on the weight of the object and the size of the object.