the acceleration of the object.
It cause of an objects speed.
Pressure can cause objects to change shape
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
Balanced forces cause objects to stay at rest or to continue to move in the same direction at a constant velocity.
A force causes a change in acceleration of an object, F=ma.
it will slow it down
A force, applied to an object, will cause an acceleration, that is, a change in velocity. This may be an increase or a decrease in speed, or a change of direction.
There will by no change in the mass, which is constant, but the unbalanced force will cause the object to accelerate. Acceleration can be in a positive direction or a negative direction ("deceleration"), or it can be circular, in which the acceleration changes constantly, even if the velocity remains constant.
A force is a push or pull that can cause an object to move, stop, or change speed or direction.
A basic physics answer for this is that a net force (or unbalanced force) will cause an object to accelerate, that is, cause the object to change its speed and/or direction.
what are the 3 ways can a unbalanced forces can cause an object to change
increasing the mass of the object, keeping the net force constant
The object will speed up, slow down or change direction. An unbalanced force (net force) acting on an object changes its speed and/or direction of motion. ... If however, the forces are balanced (in equilibrium) and there is no net force, the object will not accelerate and the velocity will remain constant.
yes, rotation of a body with constant speed. There will be an acceleration cause of continuous directional change.
Three objects that can cause an object to accelerate is, increasing speed, decreasing speed, & changing direction.-Ms. Stroes/Chibudu's Science Class! :)
A constant force in the direction of the line
Increasing the density and/or the amount of the substance of an object will cause the mass to change
You can hit it to change direction
Yes. It is one of the laws of motion (the second law) that says that an object in motion will not change its motion unless acted on by and outside force. You'll have to add more foce to cause the object to speed up. Correction: No. The key word in the question is "increasing." A constant force will cause a constant rate of acceleration. Increasing force will cause an increasing rate of acceleration.
Friction will cause objects to slow down.
Acceleration is not a change in speed, but a change in velocity. Velocity is, unlike speed, a vector, and so as the direction of velocity changes there must be an acceleration to cause that change.
Pressure could cause objects to deform.
No, the force of gravity increases as the mass of the object increases. force of gravity is a constant 9.8 meters/second^2 Terminal velocity will cause heavier objects to fall faster than lighter objects depending on their relative effective densities and shapes.