The effect of balanced forces is the fact that the object is moving at constant speed. An object moving at constant speed is under the influence of balanced forces.
When all forces are balanced, the object can either be moving at a constant velocity or be at rest. But because you asked for balanced forces on a moving object, it is moving at a constant velocity.
A balanced group of forces acting on the object has no effect on its motion. The object continues moving in a straight line at constant speed.
Balanced forces occur when a body is at rest, and when a body is moving at a constant speed in a constant direction.
The object will keep moving at a constant speed if the forces acting on an object is balanced as both forces are balanced
Balanced forces are forces that are balanced. They must not be moving or must be moving with a constant velocity.
When the object is not moving or when the object is moving at a constant velocity.
It is stationary or moving at a constant velocity (not necessarily a constant speed).
Balanced forces will not change the velocity - speed and direction - of a moving object. the object will continue to move in the same way.
A group of balanced forces adds vectorially to zero, so has no effect on any object, whether it's moving or not moving.
When the group of all forces acting on an object is balanced, then its effect on the object's motion is exactly the same as if there were no force at all. In that situation, the object continues with constant velocity, also called 'constant uniform motion'. It moves in a straight line, at a speed that doesn't change.
Balanced forces do not bring about any change in motion. If forces are balanced, an object is either at rest, or moving in a straight line at constant velocity.
That's exactly what we must conclude. If the forces on the car were not balanced, then its velocity would have to change.
Sure. If all of the forces on an object are balanced, then the object continues moving in a straight line at constant speed. All of the forces on an airplane cruising in level flight, or on a car on cruise-control on a straight piece of road, are balanced.
Balanced forces means that the sum of the forces acting on a body is zero, and the body will have constant velocity, either at rest, or moving in a particular direction.
Forces are balanced when an object is at rest or not moving
2 Forces are unbalanced when an object that is not moving starts moving or changes speed or direction. Balanced forces are the opposite they are where an object that is not moving stays still or an object that is moving stays at a constant pace.
The object the forces are acting on will not move, or will be moving at a constant speed (e.g. not accelerating). This is called being in 'equilibrium'.
You're fishing for "balanced", but that still doesn't make the statement true.An object on a curved path can have constant speed even though the forceson it are not balanced.
A balanced force is either not moving or at a constant velocity
Balanced forces have the same effect as not moving at all. The motion of the object does not change at allOnly unbalanced forces can change the motion of an object. It does not matter if the object was at rest or was already moving.
If the object is not moving, or moving at a constant speed in a straight line, then the forces on it add up to zero. As a group, the group of forces is 'balanced'.
Forces on a moving object are balanced only when the object is moving at a constant velocity. Remember, acceleration is a force and a constant velocity is equivalent to zero acceleration. Think of a ping pong ball that you drop from a few meters above the ground: After a short acceleration the ball reaches "terminal velocity" when the air resistance balances the gravitational acceleration. After this, the forces on the ball are balanced (although it is moving, the velocity - speed & direction - of the ball is not changing)
the direction the car is moving will not change