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Answered 2013-07-12 22:19:07

You have three separate situations here:

1. Object stays at rest. The force on the object is not great enough to overcome its frictional forces, or its inertia.

2. Object keeps moving at constant velocity. The object's inertia and frictional forces are exactly balancedby the Force exerted on it.

3. Object moves with increasing velocity (acceleration). The Force on the object exceeds that necessary to overcome its inertia and its frictional forces.

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