Force, which causes acceleration
Force is what makes objects move or changes their motion.
An outside force to act on it
Forces cause motion or the change in motion.
No it isn't. Motion means something moving.Direction has to be established for there to be a change in it. An object that moves forward, stops, and then moves forward again experiences motion without a change in direction. An object that moves forward, stops, and then moves to the right experiences both motion and a change in direction.
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.
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.
Yes,unbalaced force may stop or change the direction of motion or accelarate the object.
Yes. No force is needed to keep a moving object moving. Force is only neededto change the object's speed or direction of motion.
A force can cause an object to change its speed if it has a component along the same direction with its speed. It can change its direction if it has a component in a different direction from the direction of its speed. so if a force is 1) parallel to the direction of speed and motion it only changes the speed. 2)If it makes an angle different than 90 degrees with the direction of motion it changes both direction and speed 3) if it is perpendicular(90 degrees) to the direction of motion it only changes the direction of motion and causes the object to make circular motion
When an object accelerates it can change its speed or direction of motion. When it accelerates without changing its direction of motion, it can cover any distance in less time.
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A change in speed or direction of motion is called "acceleration". If an object's speed or direction of motion changes, then the object is "accelerated".
If you exert a force on an object in motion you will change its velocity, velocity being a vector quantity of speed and direction.
The result is acceleration of the object ... its speed of motion, or direction of motion, or both, change.
Circular motion would change the direction of an object but would not affect the object's speed.
Yes, an unbalanced force is needed to change the motion of an object.If an unbalanced force does not act on an object it will continue to maintain its state of motion (either in motion or at rest), not considering the effect of frictional force. This is basically Newtons first law of motion.
Its direction, its speed, or both.
No but it can move the direction of the object
The resistance of an object to changes in its motion is known as inertia. Changes in an objects motion include changes in its speed and direction.
A change in the direction of motion IS a change of velocity,even if the speed doesn't change.
Any change in motion (direction or speed) is a change in velocity.Velocity is a vector quantity which means that it has a magnitude and a direction.
. The amount of Force needed to make an object change its motion depends on the Mass of the object and the Force required
when an object changes its motion it is because a new force that is greater than the original force has been applied to the object and that object changes its motion unless the force is in the same direction as the original force, which would then imply that the object stays in the same direction of motion, but moves at a greater speed in that direction.
If its speed or direction of motion change, then the object is accelerated.(Note: "Accelerate" does not mean "speed up".)
any external unbalanced force will cause an object to change its velocity, ie. Speed and/or direction of motion