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By balanced force, I assume Fnet is 0. By Newton's...2nd (?) law, when Fnet on an object is 0, velocity remains constant.

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How do balanced forces relate to newton's first law of motion?

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What does balanced force couse on an object?

If forces are balanced, the acceleration of the object will be zero and the velocity will be constant. Maybe zero maybe not.

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 can you say that the force is balanced?

Whenever the velocity of the test object is unchanged.

Is the greatest velocity a falling object reaches is it called momentum?

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Is a car turning a corner balanced force?

No. The car is accelerating using an unbalanced force. Balanced force does not accelerate.

What happens to an object when the forces acting on it are balanced?

Balanced force -> Zero net force -> Zero acceleration (stays at rest or constant velocity)

There is no unbalanced force actingf on a moving object how will the objects motion continue?

if there is a balanced force on a moving object (no unbalanced force) the object will continue moving with the same velocity

How do you find terminal velocity in maths?

Terminal velocity is the velocity at which the force of gravity is balanced by the force of air resistance. The (falling) object does not go any faster than terminal velocity.

Does an object that has balanced forces or no force acting on it must be stationary?

No. An object that has no net force on it will simply not be accelerating. It can be in motion, but it can not have any change in its velocity.

What happends when an inmoveable object meets an unstopeble object?

That will never happen - it can't happen actually. Any time you apply a force to an object, it will accelerate - its velocity will change.

Is a hill unbalanced force?

A hill is not a force, balanced or otherwise. According to Newton's Second Law, if there is any unbalanced force on an object, the object accelerates - its velocity changes.

Why areal velocity is constant in central force?

If the force is constant then this will make the velocity of the object spinning constant as well, and for the velocity to be constant all the forces must be balanced and therefore constant

What does Newtons first law say about a moving object if the force on the object are balanced?

Newton's first law says "Every body remains in a state of constant velocity unless acted upon by an external unbalanced force." This means that in the absence of a non-zero net force, the center of mass of a body either remains at rest, or moves at a constant velocity.Newton's first law for moving objects with balanced force is that the object "behaves" like it has no force acting on it. Because the object has balanced force, the object has a net force of zero, and according to Newton's first law, an object that is in motion will not change its velocity unless an unbalanced force acts upon it. The object is therefore in uniform motion (aka moving at constant velocity).

What forces have to be balanced for terminal velocity to be reached by an object?

For an object in freefall, terminal velocity is reached when the drag force becomes equal and opposite to the force of gravity. This creates a net force of 0, resulting in no further acceleration.

How does an unbalanced and balance force affect an objects motion?

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Why is terminal velocity an example of balanced forces?

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Can a object falling from a height be in equilibrium in mid air?

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Is a balanced force moving?

A balanced force is either not moving or at a constant velocity

Can the net force of an object be zero?

Yes it can. That means the force is balanced and it will not move if at rest and not change velocity if in motion (since there is no acceleration).

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