In that case, the net force on the object is zero.
The net force on an object at rest is 0.
If an object experiences a net force, it will accelerate.
If there is no net force, the object will stay at rest if it was at rest, or continue moving - at constant velocity - if it was already moving.
The net force on such an object is zero.
Yes. If an object is at rest or in a linear motion state at constant speed, the net force applied onto the object is zero.
With a net force of zero, the object will not accelerate - in other words, it will remain at rest.
If the net forces acting on an object amount to zero, that object is at rest.
It accelerates in the direction of the net force, with an acceleration equal to (net force) divided by (the object's mass).
You can't. The net force simply means that the acceleration is zero. It could be at rest, or the object could be moving at a constant velocity.
It will keep moving with a constant velocity since zero net force means no acceleration. If the object is at rest, it will just stay at rest.
Nothing. When the net force is zero, the object will not accelerate because their is no resultant force acting on the object.
If the net force is not zero then the object will move in the direction of the greater force.
A net force is a measure of the force being exerted on an object; zero net force means an object is at rest or moving at a constant speed.Definition of net force:The net force on an object is the vector sum of all individual forces acting on it.
The object will accelerate.
Since force is a function of acceleration and an object at rest has zero acceleration, then then net force is zero as well.
Balanced force -> Zero net force -> Zero acceleration (stays at rest or constant velocity)
The object exhibits constant acceleration in the same direction as the net force.
If an object does not change position: spin, rotate the net force is zero. When it happens an object is falling with terminal velocity.
when the net force of an object is at zero, it is at rest. That means that the forces on it are balanced. when the net force is not zero, the forces are unbalanced.
The object will remain at rest if it was at rest or will maintain its motion with uniform velocity if it was moving.
If there is an unbalanced force (also known as a "net force") acting on an object, the object will accelerate.
no you cannot prove it is at rest since it may be moving at constant velocity. Constant velocity has no acceleration, hence no net force
If the object is moving at constant velocity, that's an indication that the net force on it is zero.
An object with no force on it will either be at rest or moving with a steady velocity, an object with an unbalanced force, which is the same as saying it has a net force on it, will be accelerating (or decelerating)
When the object is at rest with respect to the frame of reference chosen.