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Answered 2014-04-17 16:46:43

An unbalanced group of forces acting on an object

always changes the object's velocity.

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What is the relationship between force and movement?

When forces are unbalanced on an object, the object will move.


What are the similarities between balanced and unbalanced forces?

An object with balanced forces acting on it is still. An object with unbalanced forces acting on them moves at an non constant velocity. It is possible for an object to have balanced forces acting on it and yet move in a vacuum.


What is the relationship between and object's acceleration and the unbalanced force acting on it?

The acceleration plus other driving forces minus retarding forces equals the unbalanced force (force net.)


What happens to the velocity of an object when balanced forces act on it?

The velocity is constant and there is no net or unbalanced force.


What is the difference between unbalanced forces and balanced forces?

Unbalanced forces don't add up to zero. Balanced forces do.


How do unbalanced forces act on an object?

If forces on an object are unbalanced, the object will accelerate or decelerate. If forces on an object are balanced, the object will stay still or keep moving with the same velocity.


Anytime the forces are unbalanced an object will remain at rest?

Untrue. When all forces are unbalanced, i.e. there is a net force on an object, it will accelerate and change velocity. Otherwise, it will stand still or continue on its current course and velocity.


What if the difference between balanced and unbalanced forces in terms of motion?

Unbalanced forces is when the forces are 0N or more. Balanced forces are 0.


What changes when unbalanced forces act on a object?

The velocity changes when an object is acted upon by unequal forces.


Do unbalanced forces mantain motion at a constant velocity?

Yes, balanced forces don't have any motion, but I'm not sure if they would have a constant velocity.


Is it a unbalanced or balanced force when you stop pushing a box and it comes to a stop?

Since there is an acceleration (a change of velocity), the forces are unbalanced.


Does unbalanced forces maintain motion at constant velocity?

No. If the forces on an object are unbalanced, that means their sum is not zero, and there is a net force on the object. Since there is a net force on it, the object is accelerated, which is another way of saying that its velocity changes.


What indicates that an object is unbalanced?

If forces on an object are unbalanced, it will accelerate (its velocity will change). If torques are unbalanced, it will start to rotate - or more precisely, its speed of rotation will change.


How does an unbalanced force affect a moving object at a constant velocity?

If the group of forces on an object is unbalanced, then the object can't have constant velocity. Its speed or the direction of its motion must change.


When the net force of an object is not 0 the forces on the object are what?

The forces would be unbalanced resulting in a change in velocity and speed.



When an object is falling is it balanced or unbalanced forces.?

Not balanced UNTIL it reaches terminal velocity.


Why does the change in velocity happen?

Wherever you see a change in velocity, you know that unbalanced forces had to be involved somehow. Without those, velocity can't change.


How do you know that the forces on a windmill are unbalanced?

When the forces on a windmill are unbalanced, the blades may slow down or speed up, or they may change direction. When the blades are rotating at a constant velocity (speed and direction), then the forces are balanced.


Are there unbalanced forces acting on the car even when its not being pushed?

If a car (or any object, for that matter) accelerates, that is, if it velocity changes, then there are unbalanced forces. If the object doesn't accelerate - for example, if it remains on the spot - then the forces are balanced.


When no unbalanced forces act on an object the object can have no?

If forces on an object are balanced, the object will not accelerate - i.e., its velocity won't change.


Similarity between balanced and unbalanced forces?

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The same between balanced and unbalanced forces?

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Do balanced forces cause motion?

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