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Forces that cancel each other out are coplanar, all reside in the same plane.


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No. When two forces act in the same direction, they can be added together. It is only when two identical forces act in opposite directions that they cancel each other out.



When two equal forces act in the same direction they?

the forces cancel out. eg. 5N----> <-----5N = 0N


What happens when two forces act on an object in the same direction?

the forces cancel each other out Huh? The forces simply add. F1x + F2x = F3x


What will happened when two forces act on an object in the opposing direction?

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What is the magnitude and direction of the two forces when an object is at rest?

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What happens when 2 forces act in the same direction?

according to vector addition: i: if the forces are equal then they will cancel each other and body will be in equilibrium. ii: if they are not equal then they will produce a net force in particular direction.


What will be the effect of two forces of equal magnitude acting on a moving rigid body from opposite directions along the same line?

The object should continue to move in the same direction and with the same speed as before. The two forces will cancel each other out.


What are forces reinforce each other?

That would be forces that act in the same direction, or more or less in the same direction.


How two forces are added if they are not concurrent but acting in same direction?

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Why do action-reaction forces cancel each other out?

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Which way will the object move if the forces act in the same direction?

The object will move in the direction of the forces.


If Two girls are dragging to create eastward along level floor by pushing a rope held horizontally with forces 150N and 180Nfind its resultant force?

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How do you solve for the resultant if two forces are in the same direction?

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