Yes, but an object with net force of zero may still be moving. The net force is zero if the object is not accelerating.
The acceleration would also be zero in this case.
That is correct. Any non-zero force would cause an acceleration (change of velocity).
If the net force acting on an object is zero, it has no acceleration.
If you are moving at a speed of ceratin speed and there is no force trying to slow you down, and there is no force trying to speed you up. Then there is zero acceleration. An example would be : an object in out in space, if you throw a object away from you the object will float away, since there is no force working on the object after you throw it the object is moving away in a locked speed from you, but have zero acceleration because there is no force affecting the object
work done on an object zero by a force would be zero isif the displacement of the object is zero
the net force acting on an object is zero. what is it
When the net force acting on an object is zero, then all the forces on the object are balanced.
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.
If the net force acting on an object is zero, then the object has zero acceleration. It's speed is constant and in a straight line. The speed could also be constant zero.
A non-zero net force on an object results in the object's acceleration.
Nothing. When the net force is zero, the object will not accelerate because their is no resultant force acting on the object.
If the net force is not zero then the object will move in the direction of the greater force.
An object at rest, or an object with a constant velocity are the two possible states of an object with zero net force. An object with zero acceleration has zero net force. There many be several forces acting on the object, such as the force of gravity and the normal force of the ground. Even though an object sitting on the ground has two forces acting on it (gravity, and the normal force) the object does not accelerate because these forces are equal and opposite. An object with zero net force has all forces acting on it equally balanced and cancelling out
If the net force acting on the object is zero, them it can't accelerate.
If an object is stationary the net force is zero.
The condition where the net force on an object is zero ,the body is said to be in equilibrium.As net forces are zero.
If an object is not moving, then the net forces working on it are zero. If there were a non-zero net force, the refrigerator would move in the direction the force was applied.
Then there will be no acceleration of the object.
When an object as a net force of zero acting on it, that means all of the forces are balanced.
The forces on an object with a net force of zero are balanced.
Yes, an object can have a velocity of zero and an acceleration of zero. It's an object with a velocity of zero and no net applied force.
If the net force on an object is zero, then the object is in equilibrium. This means there are balanced forces acting upon it, or none at all.
Since force is a function of acceleration and an object at rest has zero acceleration, then then net force is zero as well.
If the net force on an object is zero then the object has zero acceleration, meaning that the speed and direction of its motion aren't changing.
you can say that there is no net force on the object; that is, the net force is zero