Usually force doesn't depend on velocity that there is no change in force with motion, but in case when you work with the magnetic field and a charge particle you will have dependence on velocity (the force is proportional to velocity). Also in the case of hydrodynamics there are at least two kind of forces (streaktly saying the same force but for different conditions) you will have straight proportinal dependence from the velocity for low velocities, and it is propartinal to v^2 for high velocities.
Applied force causes a change in motion. The change of motion can be from stationary to motion or a change of speed or acceleration.
Applied. No force, no change in motion.
An object in motion stays in motion because it requires a force to change the motion. No force, no change.
No, motion is not a force. Motion is a change of coordinates. However, motion usually is a result of applying a force.
it usually does, but if the force is balanced, it will not change the object's motion
Force produces a change in motion, F=mA= mass(change in motion).
F=ma=0. No force, no acceleration or No acceleration, no change in motion or No force , no change in motion.
Motion does not require a force; if no force is acting on a body in motion, its motion will be constant. A force is required to change motion, and any unbalanced force acting on an object can do this.
Force, can change the state of motion through acceleration a=Force/m.
No, if the opposite force is greater than the force you are exerting, then it will not move. Force- A push or pull Motion- Change in position
Frictional Force. It is a 'reactive' force, and can only respond when another Force is applied. It can SLOW a motion, or cause a change in Direction.
Force is the one and only means of bringing about a change in motion.
ForceNOT net force
There is not a name for a change in motion. A change in motion is caused by a new force acting upon an object.
A force that does not change motion must be balanced by an equal but in the opposite direction such that the net force is zero.
property of a body that requires force to change its state of motion
This is newton's second law. An object in motion will stay in motion unless another force acts on it. Answer2: Inertia. Newton's 1st law states no force , no change or no change no force.
Change in motion is called force. The resistance to change in motion is known as inertia. The common changes in motion are acceleration and stopping.
yes every unbalanced force can change or "try to change (can be or cannot be)" the state of rest or motion
A balanced force will NOT cause a change in motion.
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.
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.
The three forces that causes an object to change its motion are the gravitational force, the normal force and the frictional force.
I think this question is not phrased very well. Any force can change objects velocity (speed+direction). If fact that is the definition of the force - F=ma any force, by definition itself, can change objects velocity. Maybe you meant what force can change objects direction of motion? In that case - any force that has a different direction (not the same as direction of motion) Any force can change an object's motion.
an unbalanced force.