If the net force is not zero then the object will move in the direction of the greater force.
In that case, the net force on the object is zero.
There is no change in motion.
When the net force=0, absolutely nothing happens. no movement at all.
It starts moving in the direction of the greater force.
When an objects net force is zero, its acceleration is zero. No force , no acceleration.
A balanced force has a net force of zero.
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.
No type of force has a net force of zero. When two or more forces combine the net result may be zero
the net force acting on an object is zero. what is it
Zero net force is when the forces are balanced and there is no acceleration.
If the object is moving at constant velocity, that's an indication that the net force on it is zero.
Balanced force -> Zero net force -> Zero acceleration (stays at rest or constant velocity)
Net force is defined as the overall force acting on an object. When a cat sleeps on a table, the net force on it is zero. When a body is at rest the net force acting on the body is zero.
Yes, but an object with net force of zero may still be moving. The net force is zero if the object is not accelerating.
If the net force acting on an object is zero, it has no acceleration.
Inertia will not be affected when "net" or "net force" is zero.
If an object does not change position: spin, rotate the net force is zero. When it happens an object is falling with terminal velocity.
The condition where the net force on an object is zero ,the body is said to be in equilibrium.As net forces are zero.
"The forces are balanced" means the same as "the net force is zero".
Net force is zero when two opposite forces have the same magnitude and there is no acceleration. When there is no net force, there is no acceleration, and the forces are balanced.
The net force on such an object is zero.
A balanced force means a net force of zero
When the net force acting on an object is zero, then all the forces on the object are balanced.
No, if the forces are not collinear.