it is speed of motion and direction of motion
Nope. A force is an influence tending to change the motion of an object or produce motion in a stationary object. In other words, force changes velocity.
-- If a motionless object begins to move, then its speed changes (from zero to something). -- If its speed changes, then there is acceleration. -- Force is necessary to produce acceleration.
changes the motion of the object
Unbalanced forces are forces that produce a nonzero net force, which changes an object's motion. The result of an unbalanced force is acceleration of an object.
You apply a force to the object.You apply a force to the object.You apply a force to the object.You apply a force to the object.
Motion requires a force acting upon an object. When the object changes so does motion.
when an object changes its motion it is because a new force that is greater than the original force has been applied to the object and that object changes its motion unless the force is in the same direction as the original force, which would then imply that the object stays in the same direction of motion, but moves at a greater speed in that direction.
When a force is acted on an object the motion changes. Newtons 2nd law of motion states: An object in motion will stay in motion, and an object out of motion will stay out of motion, unless met with an unbalanced force. If a force is aplied to an object in motion it either accelerates, or it will stop once met with sed unbalanced force.
1. force changes direction of motion. 2. it brings an object to rest. 3. it changes magnitude of velocity. 4. it sets an object to motion.
A force will produce acceleration when the object moves. force in the line of motion will increase the acceleration and the force opposite to the line of motion will decrease the acceleration.
No, a force changes an object's motion. F=ma= mdv/dt
Momentum is produced if the object is in motion.
An object changes its state of motion when it accelerates or decelerates, usually caused by a force.
it either changes the direction of the object or it stops the object in motion.
When force is applied to an object, the velocity changes. The object can either accelerate or decelerate and can change direction.
The object changes its speed, its direction of motion, or both.
Force is what makes objects move or changes their motion.
F=ma.Or force causes acceleration,which is another way of saying that the motion changes.
A force is required to change an object's velocity.
A net force, acting on the object.
There's no such thing as a balanced force or an unbalanced force.If the entire group of all the forces on an object is unbalanced, then the objectundergoes acceleration, or its "motion changes". If the group of forces on it isbalanced, then its motion doesn't change.