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The velocity changes when an object is acted upon by unequal forces.

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Balanced force and unbalanced force?

When equal and opposite forces act on an object, the object does not change its state of rest or motion. These forces are called balanced forces. When unequal forces act on an object, the object changes its state of rest or motion. Such forces are called unbalanced forces.


How do unbalanced forces act on an object?

If forces on an object are unbalanced, the object will accelerate or decelerate. If forces on an object are balanced, the object will stay still or keep moving with the same velocity.



What is true about the motion of an object if the forces are unbalanced?

If unbalanced forces act on an object, the motion of that object will change. Remember, force equals mass times acceleration.



When no unbalanced forces act on an object the object can have no?

If forces on an object are balanced, the object will not accelerate - i.e., its velocity won't change.


Are net forces and unbalanced forces the same thing?

Net force is the sum of all forces that act on an object. An unbalanced force means that net force is not equal to zero. If that is the case, the object will accelerate.Net force is the sum of all forces that act on an object. An unbalanced force means that net force is not equal to zero. If that is the case, the object will accelerate.Net force is the sum of all forces that act on an object. An unbalanced force means that net force is not equal to zero. If that is the case, the object will accelerate.Net force is the sum of all forces that act on an object. An unbalanced force means that net force is not equal to zero. If that is the case, the object will accelerate.


What happens when unbalanced forces act on an object?

If the sum of all forces acting on an object is not zero, the forces are said to be unbalanced. In that case, the object will accelerate in accordance with Newton's Second Law.


What is the unbalanced force on an object when two equal and opposite forces of 3 N act on an object?

If the two forces are opposite and equal, then the sum of the forces are zero, and they are NOT unbalanced, they are balanced.


How is an unbalanced force related to a force?

There is no such thing as "an unbalanced force". There are only forces. When two or more separate forces act on the same object, the GROUP of forces may be balanced or unbalanced. If the sizes and directions of all the individual forces add up to zero, then the GROUP of forces is balanced. If one of them changes or goes away, then the GROUP of forces is unbalanced.


How do unbalanced forces affect forces?

Forces don't affect forces. FORCES act on OBJECTS.If there is an unbalanced force, that means that the sum of all forces acting on an object is not zero.


What happens when an unbalanced forces act on an object that is at rest?

An unbalanced force will cause an acceleration. In this case, if the object is initially at rest, it will start moving.


What is the definition of the word unbalanced forces?

When two or more forces act on an object, if the sum (vector sum) of the forces is zero, the forces are said to be balanced. Otherwise the forces are unbalanced. According to Newton's Second Law, an unbalanced force will cause an acceleration.



If all forces are equal and opposite how does anything accelerate?

Because NOT all forces are equal and opposite. By Newton's Third Law, if object A attracts object B, then object B also attracts object A - with an equal but opposite force. But those forces act on DIFFERENT objects! The forces on object A, and on object B, may be unbalanced!Because NOT all forces are equal and opposite. By Newton's Third Law, if object A attracts object B, then object B also attracts object A - with an equal but opposite force. But those forces act on DIFFERENT objects! The forces on object A, and on object B, may be unbalanced!Because NOT all forces are equal and opposite. By Newton's Third Law, if object A attracts object B, then object B also attracts object A - with an equal but opposite force. But those forces act on DIFFERENT objects! The forces on object A, and on object B, may be unbalanced!Because NOT all forces are equal and opposite. By Newton's Third Law, if object A attracts object B, then object B also attracts object A - with an equal but opposite force. But those forces act on DIFFERENT objects! The forces on object A, and on object B, may be unbalanced!


What is the difference between balanced unbalanced and net forces?

Net force: The sum of all forces that act on an object. Balanced forces: The net force is zero. Unbalanced forces: The net force is not zero.


What happens to the velocity of an object when balanced forces act on it?

The velocity is constant and there is no net or unbalanced force.


When acted upon an unbalenced force an object at rest will do what?

When unbalanced forces act on an object at rest, the object will move. In the two examples mentioned earlier, the net force on the object is greater than zero. Unbalanced forces produced change in motion (acceleration) and the receivers of the forces - the piano and the rope -


What happens to a object when a unbalanced force acts upon it?

When unbalanced forces act upon an object, that object will experience acceleration of some kind. Remember, force equals mass times acceleration.


What will happen to a net force if unbalanced objects act on it?

A force doesn't act on another force. Forces act on objects. "Unbalanced force" simply means that the sum of all forces acting on an object - that is, the net force - is not equal to zero.


Why does and object move if the action reaction forces are equal?

Action and reaction forces act on different objects. The forces on one of the objects can still be unbalanced.



What does an object do when unbalanced forces act on it?

when unbalanced force acts on a body it moves in the direction in which their is less force acting Improved answer: Unbalance force causes the net force on an object to modify and will move at that force.


Can an object move without unbalanced forces acting upon it?

Yes, due to momentum. For example, an object traveling in space might have no forces acting on it but still be moving through space. However, the question might also be asked, how did this object start moving in the first place? If the object was created in a stationary state, then unbalanced forces would have to act upon it to get it moving. The object would have to have been created while moving in order to get it to move without unbalanced forces acting upon it.


How does gravity affect the balanced and unbalanced force?

Gravity Affects the balanced and Unbalanced forces by what? Well that's what your going to find out.Gravity Affects the balanced and Unbalanced forces...Unbalanced Forces will try to create Motion (Kinetic Energy), balanced Forces do not result in Motion. Gravity, Inertia, and Friction will all try to resist the Motion of the object.:)


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