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A net force acting on a object causes the object to accelerate?

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Why do objects accelerate during free fall?

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How does net force affect an object?

Net force causes an object to accelerate, or decelerate and/or to move in a new direction.


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An object will accelerate in the direction of the what?

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What Newton law says that a net force acting on a object causes the object to accelerate?

Newton's Second Law: F=ma.


What causes an object for accelerate?

A force acting on an object will cause it to accelerate. This is one of Newton's Laws. Summarized as No force means no acceleration (the object will remain at rest, or will keep traveling with constant speed and direction until a force acts upon it).


An object will accelerate in the direction of what force?

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What is the difference between work and force?

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Is it true that Newton's second law of motion explains how an unbalanced force on an object causes it to accelerate?

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In newton's second law force causes a mass to what?

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Gravity causes what objects to accelerate?

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