By balanced force, I assume Fnet is 0. By Newton's...2nd (?) law, when Fnet on an object is 0, velocity remains constant.
If the forces are balanced (in other words, the net force on an object is zero), then the object will not accelerate (its velocity will not change).If the forces are balanced (in other words, the net force on an object is zero), then the object will not accelerate (its velocity will not change).If the forces are balanced (in other words, the net force on an object is zero), then the object will not accelerate (its velocity will not change).If the forces are balanced (in other words, the net force on an object is zero), then the object will not accelerate (its velocity will not change).
If forces are balanced, the acceleration of the object will be zero and the velocity will be constant. Maybe zero maybe not.
The velocity is constant and there is no net or unbalanced force.
Whenever the velocity of the test object is unchanged.
The greatest velocity a falling object reaches is called the terminal velocity.For an object falling at the terminal velocity, the weight force of the objectis balanced by the drag force and buoyant force on the object.W + FDRAG + FBUOYANT = FNET = 0.0
In that case, the velocity doesn't change.
If the force acting upon an object are balanced then the object must not be accelerating
No. The car is accelerating using an unbalanced force. Balanced force does not accelerate.
Balanced force -> Zero net force -> Zero acceleration (stays at rest or constant velocity)
if there is a balanced force on a moving object (no unbalanced force) the object will continue moving with the same velocity
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
That is the object's terminal velocity.
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).
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.
An Unbalanced force accelerates an object and a balanced force has no effect on an object.Balanced forces do not affect motion at all. An object with fully balanced forces does not change its velocity or start moving.Unbalanced forces (giving a resultant force) create acceleration or deceleration in a certain direction.an unbalanced force acting on an object will change the objects motion. a balanced force acting on an object will not change the objects motiontalinnn
When terminal velocity is reached, the gravitational force is balanced with the force of resistance.
Yes. An object is in equilibrium if the velocity is constant. A constant velocity can occur if the forces balance on the object. Consider that the gravitational force is balanced by the "air resistance force", then there is no net force and thus no acceleration. Then the velocity at which this occurs will be a constant and thus the body will be in equilibrium.
No, that is a false statement.
A balanced force is either not moving or at a constant velocity
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).