Asked in World War 2, World War 1
What is the two opposing group in the world war 1 and world war 2?
In WWI, it was Central Powers, and Allied Forces. In WWII, it was the Nazis and Allied Forces ...
Asked in World War 2
What were the names of the two opposing forces in the world during world war 2?
Allies - United States, France, Great Britain, Soviet Union, et al. Axis - Nazi Germany, Imperial Japan ...
Asked in Physics
How can you find the net force if the two forces are acting in opposing directions?
In that case, you can subtract the two forces. The direction of the combined (net) force will be the direction of the larger of the two forces. ...
Asked in Science, Physics, Isaac Newton
What are the effects on an object when two or more opposing forces of unequal mangnitudes are simultaneously applied to the object?
If there are two or more unequal forces acting on an object then the object will be acting on the forces. ^_^ ...
What where the names of the two opposing sides during World War I?
Allied Powers and Central Powers Triple Entente and Triple Alliance
Asked in Physics
What will happened when two forces act on an object in the opposing direction?
if two forces will act on an object in opoosite direction it does not have any effect on the object because two oposite forces with same magnitude cancel effect of one another ...
Asked in Physics, Mechanics, Kinematics
How do you figure out net force for opposing forces?
If the opposing forces are pulling exactly opposite of each other, then take the difference of the magnitudes of the two forces (subtract the smaller value from the larger value), and the direction vector of the resultant force is in the same direction as the larger force. ...
Asked in Physics, Isaac Newton
Concept of equilibrium with the laws of motion?
An object is said to be in equilibrium when two opposing forces acting upon it create a resultant force of 0. Example: A car is sitting on a road. The force of gravity pushes the car downward, while an opposing force pushes it upward. This causes an equilibrium, and therefore the car does not move as a result of these two opposing forces. ...
What two equal forces act in opposite directions on an object?
On the Earth's surface, the constant opposing forces are the downward acceleration by gravity and the opposing resistance of a supporting surface, an equal and opposite vertical force that acts perpendicular to a horizontal surface. ...
Asked in Cold War
During the Cold War much of the world was polarized What is meant by polarization?
(being divided into opposing groups (opposite forces)) Polarization is the presence or existence of two opposite forces. For example, a magnet is polarized -- it has two opposite poles.The concept of polarization is often used to describe the two opposing sides in the Cold War: the Communist Bloc and the non-communist Free World. The two sides are opposites. The Free World is made up of, for the most part, capitalist democracies. The Communist Bloc is made up of communist dictatorships. ...
Asked in Astronomy, The Moon
What two forces keep earth in a constant path around the sun?
Only one force: the Sun's gravity. The centrifugal force is sometimes quoted as an opposing force, but it is actually a ficticious force. If there were really two opposing and equal forces, Earth would move in a straight line, not in an elipse. ...
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Physics, Isaac Newton
What is an example of equal and opposite force pairs?
Opposite Forces: An example is of tug 'a war. There are two opposing forces on both sides of the rope, so it does't move. ...