Constant velocity = 0 Acceleration = 0 therefore force = 0
If the velocity is constant (not changing) then the net force is 0. Likely there is a pushing force that is equal and opposite of the force of friction.
No. Net force is measured in Newtons, while velocity is measured in m/s. A net force can change an object's velocity.
Zero net force on a object means that the velocity of the object stays constant (this includes 0, when the object is not moving). Lets look at Newton's 2nd law of motion: Fnet=ma An object can never have a 0 mass (then it wouldn't exist). Therefore, the acceleration has to be 0 for the net force to be zero. Recall at acceleration is the change of velocity over time. In order for the acceleration to be zero, the velocity has to be constant. If the object is at 0 velocity (not moving), the object would remain unmoving when a net force of 0 is applied to it. If the object is moving at a certain velocity, it would remain at that velocity. Therefore, a zero not force cannot do anything to an object.
If there is a net force of 0 acting on an object then the object is either stationary or moving at a constant velocity. If the net force is not zero the object will accelerate in the direction of the net force.
no you cannot prove it is at rest since it may be moving at constant velocity. Constant velocity has no acceleration, hence no net force
It is 0 N because it's moving at a constant velocity so the acceleration would be 0. Net Force = m x a so Net Force = 1850 kg x 0 m/s/s
The net force on an object moving at a constant velocity is zero.
An additional force of 3674N in the opposite direction, making the net force 0N, would provide constant acceleration. Since a = F/m, if F = 0 then a = 0, and constant velocity is when a = 0.
Since the falling body is at terminal velocity, there is therefore no net force acting on it, otherwise it would change velocity.
When both forces are equal and opposite in direction the net force becomes 0 Newton. The velocity will be constant.
Yes, in fact, it is necessary. If any net force acts on an object, the velocity will change.Yes, in fact, it is necessary. If any net force acts on an object, the velocity will change.Yes, in fact, it is necessary. If any net force acts on an object, the velocity will change.Yes, in fact, it is necessary. If any net force acts on an object, the velocity will change.
If the object is moving at constant velocity, that's an indication that the net force on it is zero.
When there is no resultant force there is no acceleration therefore the velocity will stay the same.
The net force is zero.
If the velocity is constant (no acceleration), the net force is zero.
The forces would be unbalanced resulting in a change in velocity and speed.
F=ma. F=0, a=0. The object is either moving a constant velocity or not moving at all.
For an object in freefall, terminal velocity is reached when the drag force becomes equal and opposite to the force of gravity. This creates a net force of 0, resulting in no further acceleration.
Either it is going in a straight line at a constant velocity or it is standing still (constant velocity of 0).
you can say that there is no net force on the object; that is, the net force is zero
In physics, net force refers to the overall force acting on an object. A feather with no net force on it maintains constant velocity.
Terminal velocity means that the velocity no longer changes; therefore (by Newton's Second Law), since the acceleration is zero, the force must also be zero.
Accelerate. Using Newton's second law, Net Force = mass * acceleration rearranged the equation acceleration = Net Force/mass so when the force is non zero and the mass is non zero, the object will accelerate. Note: This does not mean that the object is always at rest when the force is zero, it simply means the velocity is constant (when velocity =0, the object is at rest).
Are you asking if a non-zero net force results in a change of motion? The answer is yes. Force is defined as mass times acceleration. Acceleration is the first derivative of velocity, i.e. the rate at which velocity changes. So if the net force is not zero, the net change in velocity is not zero, which says there is a change in motion.