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If so which ones acting on the freezer?
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Are any the forces acting on the freezer balanced?
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Is there a net force acting on the freezer If so describe which forces interact and how they interact to produce the net force?
A net force is the result of all the forces acting on an object. If the freezer is at rest, it has no net force. The forces that would be acting on it would be gravity, and the normal (or perpendicular) force of the ground it's on (both would be the same as long as it's in equilibrium). You could also involve static friction as a force, which keeps it from moving sideways, if there were any parallel force acting on it (a force of gravity measured on the same angle of the plane it's on). So, if your freezer is on a slanted surface, those two forces would also be applicable. In conclusion, if your freezer is moving, there is a net force greater than 0. If the net force is zero, it is in equilibrium. I hope you got this in time, - Fellow physics student
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