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What is a froce?
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In Ben 10 how do you get the code for green needle?
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In Islam are the parents allowed to froce the child?
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Do Keith and allura end up together in voltron froce?
Asked in Battle of Midway
Who instructed the japaneese navy to fight in the Battle of Midway?
Asked in Units of Measure, Physics, Chemistry
A froce that pulls objects toward each other is called?
Asked in Physics, Mechanics, Newtons Laws of Motion
What is the net force when you combine a force of 7 N North with a froce of 5 N South?
Asked in Physics, Isaac Newton
Find the net force produced by a 40 newton froce and a 50?
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What is the difference between a balanced force and an unbalanced froce?
There is no such thing as one balanced force or one unbalanced force. A balanced group of forces ... 2 or more ... is a group that adds up to zero, and has the same effect as no force at all. An unbalanced group of 2 or more forces don't add up to zero, and have the same effect as a single force that's equal to their vector sum.
Asked in US Presidents
Which us presidents is a fighter pilot?
No US President hadany record as a combat fighter pilot. George W. Bush was in the Texas Air Froce Reserves and he may have flown old fighters, but never in combat. His father, George H. W. Bush was a notable bomber pilot and flew dozens of missions in WW II. Dwight Eisenhower was certified as a pilot of some sort but never flew in combat.
Asked in Science
If a car is driving down a road can it's position be changing and it's acceleration be zero?
Yes. Newton's law, F=ma, should be interpreted as net force equals mass times acceleration; net force meaning that all forces should be taken into account. If the accelrating force of gravitation (plus froce from the motor, if it is used) is exactly compensated by a braking force of friction, then the acceleration will be zero - speed will be constant.
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How is a force useful in everyday life?
Without forces, we would be dead. The strong nuclear force is what keeps atoms held together; if that didn't exist, we would not exist. Additional answer Yes. Quite so. Also, the force of gravity holds us down onto the Earth, or we'd float away into space. You can exert a force with a lever to move something and you can utilise the froce developed by a car engine to move it along.
Asked in Science
What is milligram force?
Gram-force is the gravity force generated by a gram of material, so a gram of metal on a table would exert one gram-force on the table. A milligram is 1/1000th of a gram, so a milligram of metal it would exert 1/1000 of a gram-force on the same table. For reference, 1 kilogram of material exerts about 9.8N of force (1 kg * 9.8 m/s2), so a milligram-froce would equal 0.0000098N.
Asked in Cars & Vehicles
Explain the principle involve in the collision of car?
Newton's Law. First law: When viewed in an intertial reference frane, an object either is at rest or moves at a constant velocity , unless acted upon by an external froce . Second law: The acceleration of a body is directly proportional to, and in the same direction as, the net force acting on the body, and inversely proportional to its mass. Third law: When one body exerts a force on a second body, the second body simultaneously exerts a force equal in magnitude and opposite in direction to that of the first body.
Asked in Tornadoes
How do tornadoes destroy structures?
The main component is the extremely powerful wind present in a tornado. These winds carry an enormous amount of force that can tear away parts of a structure, sometimes causing it to collapse. In other cases the froce of the winds may push a structure over or even blow it away. In some cases structures even go airborne. Additionally, the winds carry debris which can cause damage upon impact. In some cases objects carried by the winds may be the size of cars, or even larger. One house was destroyed after a tornado blew a mobile home into it.
Asked in Math and Arithmetic
How can net froce equals 0?
If there is one rubber ball or one teddy bear, and you and I both want it and we're fighting over it, then what's happening ? We're standing there facing each other, both pulling on the ball, and it's not moving. You're pulling the ball with a force of 30 pounds in that direction, and I'm pulling it with a force of 30 pounds in exactly the opposite direction. When you add the forces on the ball to find their net effect on it, you add (30 pounds this way) plus (30 pounds that way). The sum is zero, and that's why the ball doesn't move. In the texts of the ancient Latin philosophers, this situation is discussed under the general category of "Shnayim ochazin b'talis." They also get into the question of what happens if each of us says "I won't be satisfied with less than 1/2 of the ball."