Is a force necessary to move an object?
Yes it is - if the object is at rest. However, if the object was already moving, no force is required to keep it moving.
What is the action result when a force causes an object to move to move in the direction of the force?
Yes, in fact, it is necessary. If any net force acts on an object, the velocity will change. Yes, in fact, it is necessary. If any net force acts on an object, the velocity will change. Yes, in fact, it is necessary. If any net force acts on an object, the velocity will change. Yes, in fact, it is necessary. If any net force acts on an object, the velocity will change.
How does the force necessary to move an object change when eighther the object mass or accelereration changes?
When the force is a balanced force there is no movement. So when the balanced force is acted upon an object that is malleable, the object will change shape to accommodate the force since it cannot move. just to restate it a different way Basically it must be a balanced force to change an object's shape. In the case that the object is malleable the object will change shape until more force is necessary to…
You need to exert force to the object. The object has to move, if it doesn't move, there's no work done on the object. Some of the movement of the object must be in the same direction as the force. The force and the displacement are both vectors. Work is the "dot" product of force and displacement. When movement perpendicular to the force, the force has resulted in no work.
If the force is continuously applied, the object will experience an acceleration in the direction of the applied force. If the force is applied once, the object will move at a constant velocity in the direction of the applied force in a vacuum. If the object is not in a vacuum, it may experience a deceleration and eventually come to rest.
Yes, whether an object will move or stay stationary in its place, or move in contant velocity depends on the NET force that is acting on it. * If there is a balanced force, ( all forces cancel each other out) , then the object will not move, or stay moving at a constant velocity (a=0) * If there is an unbalanced force, (forces donot cancel), then the object will move.