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# What are the external conditions that affect the movements of object?

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### How does inertia affect an object?

Inertia guarantees that an object at rest will remain at rest and an object in motion will remain in that same motion, so long as there is no external force acting on that object. Alternately, there could be force acting on it as long as that force adds up to zero.

### Does the mass affect the speed of an object?

It has no direct affect on the speed of an object. It does affect the energy content of the speeding object.

### How does mass affect the speed of an object?

It has no direct affect on the speed of an object. It does affect the energy content of the speeding object.

### How can heat affect the state of an object?

Heat can affect the molecular composition of an object.

### How does friction affect the law of inertia?

Friction has no effect whatsoever on the law. But if friction is present, then the law can't be demonstrated, because the moving object always has an external force acting on it.

### What two thing affect the acceleration of an object?

The force acting upon the object as well as the mass of the object. Both will affect the acceleration of the object.

### What is an external structure?

A structure outside. A skeleton of an object.

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### What is an external view of the object that can be accessed by other objects?

An operation is anexternal view of the object that can be accessed by other object's, the object-oriented approach.

### What two things affect the level of an object acceleration?

The force acting upon the object as well as the mass of the object. Both will affect the acceleration of the object.

### Which of these would change the direction of an object but not affect the object's speed?

Circular motion would change the direction of an object but would not affect the object's speed.