The forces are balanced because they are falling at a constant speed. According to Newtons first law of motion an object will keep moving unless an unbalanced or net force acts upon it.
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The balanced forces on an object that is falling with constant speed are typically
the force of gravity (the object's 'weight') and the equal and opposite force of
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.
The object will keep moving at a constant speed if the forces acting on an object is balanced as both forces are balanced
When the forces on an object are balanced, the effect is the same as if there were no forcesacting on the object at all. Its speed is constant, and it moves in a straight line.
newton's first law states: an object will remain at rest or at a constant velocity unless the forces on it become unbalanced. As the forces on the object are now balanced it falls at a constant velocity. For falling objects this is called the terminal velocity
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.
Not balanced UNTIL it reaches terminal velocity.
When the object is not moving or when the object is moving at a constant velocity.
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.
* Balanced: The vector sum of all forces on an object is zero. The object does not accelerate.* Unbalanced: The vector sum of all forces on an object is NOT zero, the object DOES accelerate.
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.
Then the speed is constant and it is going at a constant speed.
the object(s) with the forces applied are constant, does not move and do not change direction.
Then the effect is as if there are no forces on it at all, and it moves in a straight line with constant speed.
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.
If no unbalanced force operates on an object its motion will be constant.
If forces are balanced, the acceleration of the object will be zero and the velocity will be constant. Maybe zero maybe not.
It is stationary or moving at a constant velocity (not necessarily a constant speed).
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.
Assuming this is a physics question, when all the forces acting on an object are balanced, the object is in equilibrium. For example, when a car is at a constant velocity, with no acceleration, all the forces are equal.
Newton's first law states that an object at rest stays at rest and an object in motion stays in motion with constant velocity unless acted upon by an unbalanced force. This is also called the law of inertia. So, the forces acting on an object are balanced when the object is not accelerating. This happens when the object is at rest, or when the object is moving at constant velocity. ===================== The forces on an object are balanced when their vector sum is zero.
when the object is constant even when there is a force applied.
Balanced forces cause objects to stay at rest or to continue to move in the same direction at a constant velocity.
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.