When a moving object is pushed in the direction of its motion the speed of the object increases
Friction always acts in a direction opposing the motion of an object.
The speed increases. The object accellerates positively in the direction of motion.
Any force that's not in the direction that the object is moving or directly opposite to it, will change the direction of its motion.
Nothing will happen. Nothing will happen. I think.
The direction of the frictional force on a moving object is opposite the direction of motion.
This is one definition of acceleration (including deceleration) - any change in the speed of motion of a moving object, or in the direction of its motion. Motion is a vector value with both speed and direction.
1). Force applied to a moving object, in the direction of its motion. Speed increases, direction remains unchanged. 2). Force applied to a moving object, opposite to the direction of its motion. Speed decreases, direction remains unchanged. 3). Force applied to a moving object, in an arbitrary direction not parallel to the direction of motion. Speed and direction both change. 4). (bonus): Force applied to a moving object, force is kept exactly perpendicular to the direction of motion at every instant. Speed remains constant, path of the motion becomes circular.
it will be in the same direction in which it is moving. If it is not moving it will remain at rest
Forces cause motion or the change in motion.
Gravity is a force and has the effect of changing the velocity or direction of motion of a moving object.
The direction of friction is usually in the direction opposite to the direction of motion. The exception is when the friction is against something that is moving faster than the moving object, or at some other angle.
Because "acceleration" is defined as any change in the speed or direction of motion,and the direction of motion of an object moving in a circle is changing constantly.
By applying a force to it in the direction opposite to its motion.
it either changes the direction of the object or it stops the object in motion.
it would be in the process of moving It depends on your perspective. If you were also moving in the same direction and at the same speed, is the object moving?
If you know the speed and direction of the object's motion, then you know its velocity.
A force applied to a moving object in the opposite direction of its motion causes its velocity to decrease.
Any force will change the rate and/or the direction or an object, whether or not it is (initially) in motion.The only exceptions would be if there is something (like a surface supporting it) keeping the object from moving in the direction of the force, or if the object is initially not moving, and the force in not enough to overcome friction.
Work. The object doesn't have to be moving in the same direction as the force.If I'm pushing north and the object is moving northeast, then it has a componentof motion in the direction of my force, and I do work.
A force applied to it in the direction opposite to its motion is.
any force opposite the direction of motion
Curved motion e.g circular motion and changed speed in the same direction.
Because the object is not moving in any direction at all. Therefore its not accelerating or in motion.
Yes. Acceleration is defined as a change of speed and/or direction of motion. If the speed and direction of motion are constant, then there is no acceleration.
A stronger force moving in the opposite direction to the object. that what happens