Objects in motion are the result of unbalanced forces.
A force, F, applied to a mass, m, will start to accelerate at the rate F/m. If the mass was stationary prior to the force, it will start moving in the direction of the force.
When a force acts on an object, it can result in three possible effects - acceleration, deceleration, or balance (no impact).The effect of the force can change the following things:size,shape,stationary state,speed anddirection of the object.
Objects fall as a result of the downward force of gravity.
The force that resists motion between objects that are in contact is called friction. One object can be stationary or they both can move.
Force on moving object by air friction: velocity2 * objects drag coefficient > Force on stationary object by wind: wind speed2 * objects drag coefficient
inertia - an object in motion stays in motion unless acted upon by an outside force/an object at rest stays at rest unless acted upon by an outside force hoped this answers your question ---> Balanced forces
A stationary force is when an object will not move.
Force accelerates stationary masses as acceleration a=f/m; theacceleration is inverse to the mass. The smaller the mass the larger the acceleration and the larger the mass the smaller the acceleration.
Force will move a stationary object. It will also increase or decrease the speed (accelerate or decelerate) of a moving object. The acceleration or deceleration is proportional to the force applied.
this is called static friction
A stationary object is an object that doesn't move.
If an object is stationary the net force is zero.
If the forces on an object are unbalanced then the objects motion will change. It will start accelerating in the direction of the resultant force. Only objects that have balanced forces will remain in the same motion (stationary or moving at a constant speed).
The strong nuclear force. The weak nuclear force.
When a force is pushing on another force with either more power or less power. As a result, one of the objects moves.When a force is pushing on another force with either more power or less power. As a result, one of the objects moves.
Abbey, accordion, armory, auditorium and alley are stationary objects. Additional stationary objects include arena, avenue, apartment and archway.
friction can not move stationary objects, it just opposes the relative motion between them.
A force can stop a moving object or set a stationary object in motion. it can reduce or increase the speed of the object
None. There is no effect on a stationary object.
On the masses (more masses will result in more force), and on the distance (a greater distance will result in less force).