The speed of the object will increase.
its speed will increase in the direction it is moving
Its speed increases.
A moving object accelerates or decelerates when a force is applied on it. Whether it accelerates or decelerates depends on the force applied.
Yes. An object accelerates in the direction of the net applied force, which is the vector sum of all applied forces.
Force on an object accelerates the object. That means it can make the object go faster, go slower, or change the direction it's moving.
When an object accelerates it can change its speed or direction of motion. When it accelerates without changing its direction of motion, it can cover any distance in less time.
when the motion of an object accelerates it either increases speed, decreases speed, or it changes direction.
Deceleration is merely acceleration in a direction opposite to the original motion. If something isnt moving it cannot be decelerated but if it is moving and the resultant force acts in the opposite direction to motion it will decelerate the object.
-- The direction of velocity is the direction in which the object is moving.-- The direction of force acting on the object can be any direction; it doesn'thave to be related in any way to the direction in which the object is moving.-- The direction of the object's acceleration is the direction of force acting onthe object, so it doesn't have to be related in any way to the direction in whichthe object is moving either.
A force can cause a resting object to move, or it can accelerate a moving object by changing the objects direction.
An object accelerates in the direction of the net applied force, which is the vector sum of all applied forces.
Friction can be affected by the size, weight and material of an object and the speed at which it is moving. It can also be affected by what the object is moving against.
The speed and direction of a moving object is called its vector; velocity
Force can change the direction of a moving object when applied appropriately.
No.When an object accelerates its velocity is changing.As velocity is defined as speed with direction, its velocity changes ifeither the speed or the direction of travel changes.As its velocity is changing it is technically accelerating (or possibly 'decelerating'if you are an American)
Acceleration occurs when the velocity of an object changes. Velocity is the speed and direction of an object. Newton's Second Law of Motion defines what happens when a force acts on an object. The object accelerates in the direction in which the force is acting. A force acting on a stationery object starts it moving. A force acting on a moving object will speed it up, slow it down, or change the direction in which it is movingDefinition of deceleration: (physics) a rate of decrease in velocityDefinition of acceleration: (physics) a rate of increase of velocityProps to Google :)
When a moving object is pushed in the direction of its motion the speed of the object increases
The object accelerates in the direction of the force difference.
The object accelerates in the direction of the resultant force.
An object accelerates when all the forces acting on it don't add up to zero.
Speed and direction of the object. Speed is but an object moving in a straight line, while velocity is a change in direction of the object i.e. 45kph in a nnw direction.
Then the object accelerates; its velocity changes.Then the object accelerates; its velocity changes.Then the object accelerates; its velocity changes.Then the object accelerates; its velocity changes.
The direction of friction is usually in the direction opposite to the direction of motion. The exception is when the friction is against something that is moving faster than the moving object, or at some other angle.
Any force that's not in the direction that the object is moving or directly opposite to it, will change the direction of its motion.
All objects accelerate in the direction of the net force. No object will accelerate at all without a net force.
An object moving at constant speed in a circle. Acceleration is rate of change of velocity, as velocity is speed in a certain direction, when moving in a circle an object's velocity is constantly changing, as its velocity is changing it is accelerating.
When an object is moving in a particular direction, air resistance will be acting on the object in the opposite direction to the direction of travel.