Believe it or not gravity does, or at least it is the main factor in making things turn. Other forces like air resistance and friction do come into the equation but without gravity it wouldn't turn, unless it's electronic.
Also, the speed of which things turn, if not electronic, depends on the momentum that has been built up.
The equation for momentum is: p=mv. Of course, this can be changed to suit what you are trying to find out.
The force that makes things float is called buoyancy.
upthrust because it needs that to make it float.
Friction makes it harder to move things.
The force that makes things pull downwards is called "gravity". That's why we don't float when we jump.
That is the force of gravity.
Any force will make things move, as long as there is no other force to counter it. (Such a counter-force may be present in the form of friction.)
The horizontal component of lift.
No, magnetism (the force that makes the needle turn) is a non-contact force.
Makes things move in a circular path
Bouyancy... its what makes things float in water.
it is commonly referred to as "lift" in most things flight-related
Friction makes things (like soles) rub away
gravity? inertia? momentum? one of those?
Torque is rotational force, it makes things change direction.
Gravity. It's the same force which pulls things down even without water.
the force that causes it is construction force to turn
You know when a ghost is haunting you its energy makes things move or turn things on an off an you can feel it.
It's the mystical force known as "little slow-speed electric motor below the floor of the cooking chamber".
Any force, as along as its unbalanced. If the object was acted upon a balanced force its velocity would stay the same whether it was moving or not.
Baking powder makes things rise because it reacts with liquids and release CO2.(Carbon dioxide)This in turn makes the dough fluffier, and the air makes the dough expand!
An external force (like magnetic field or gravity)