Force causes a change in motion (although in some circumstances, you may not be able to observe the change). The types of change are: motion can speed up, it can slow down, or it can change direction.
An applied force will change the motion of an object. Such as a thrust, or an impact.
Applied force causes a change in motion. The change of motion can be from stationary to motion or a change of speed or acceleration.
energy causes motion wich causes change in the matter
A balanced force will NOT cause a change in motion.
Forces cause motion or the change in motion.
an aplied force will change the motion of an object.Such as a thrust ,or an impact
One must apply an acceleration to change the state of motion of a mass
Inertia is the tendency of an object to resist a change in its motion.
it usually does, but if the force is balanced, it will not change the object's motion
Balanced forces that net to zero cause no change in an object motion.
No, of course not! We ourselves we change our motion!
Motion is about speed of location change, acceleration is about speed change.
A resultant force.
An external force.
A force acting on the body, along its line of motion.
That's called a "force".
No, it is not true.
it will cause a change in motion
Force causes acceleration. Acceleration is a change of speed or direction of motion.No force is necessary to maintain constant speed in a straight line. So you'd haveto say that force causes changes in motion.
Objects in motion continuously change position.To change direction, a force needs to act upon them.
I think this question is not phrased very well. Any force can change objects velocity (speed+direction). If fact that is the definition of the force - F=ma any force, by definition itself, can change objects velocity. Maybe you meant what force can change objects direction of motion? In that case - any force that has a different direction (not the same as direction of motion) Any force can change an object's motion.