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A balanced force will have a net force that is equal to 0. A balanced force will have an opposing force of equal magnitude of the largest force.

The labor force is equal to a financial asset.

Output force can only equal input force in a system where there are no losses. In the "real world" we live in, there are losses in every system, and that means that output force can nerver equal input force.

equal forceEqual force, but in opposite directions.

A kilogram is not a measure of force and so there can be no unit for force which is equal to 1 kg.

Every force must have an equal counter force.

A kilogram is not a measure of force and so there can be no unit for force which is equal to 1 kg.

The buoyant force on a submerged object is equal to the weight of the displaced water.

The buoyant force on an object is equal to the weight of the displaced fluid.

Forces that are unbalanced have a net force that does not equal zero

Mechanical advantage the resistance force. Mechanical advantage is equal output force divided by input force.

Opposite and equal force or reaction.

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One Newton (the SI unit of force) is equal too 0.224808943 pounds of force.

Work is equal to force x distance. It is equivalent to the energy supplied.

equal and opposite force.

An action force and its reaction force are equal but opposite in direction.

-- A car accelerates in the direction of the net force on it, at a rate equal to the magnitude of the net force divided by the mass of the car. -- A stone accelerates in the direction of the net force on it, at a rate equal to the magnitude of the net force divided by the mass of the stone. -- A Frisbee accelerates in the direction of the net force on it, at a rate equal to the magnitude of the net force divided by the mass of the Frisbee. -- A baseball accelerates in the direction of the net force on it, at a rate equal to the magnitude of the net force divided by the mass of the baseball. -- A dog accelerates in the direction of the net force on it, at a rate equal to the magnitude of the net force divided by the mass of the dog. -- A book accelerates in the direction of the net force on it, at a rate equal to the magnitude of the net force divided by the mass of the book. -- A canoe accelerates in the direction of the net force on it, at a rate equal to the magnitude of the net force divided by the mass of the canoe. -- An airplane accelerates in the direction of the net force on it, at a rate equal to the magnitude of the net force divided by the mass of the airplane. -- A planet accelerates in the direction of the net force on it, at a rate equal to the magnitude of the net force divided by the mass of the planet. -- A cow accelerates in the direction of the net force on it, at a rate equal to the magnitude of the net force divided by the mass of the cow.

No. Gravitational force is directed DOWNward. The weight of the displaced fluid is another force, directed UPward. If they happen to be equal, then the net force on the object is zero and it floats. But they don't have to be equal.

No, pressure is equal to force (Newtons) divided by area (metres squared)

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unbalance force

It is equal to mass x accelaration or Newtons

answ2. When you jump up, there is a force on the ground exactly equal to the force required for that particular leap. But of opposite sign.And when you land, the force on the ground is equal to the force you feel on landing. Again, of opposite sign.