An object at rest has zero acceleration.
If the set of forces acting on a moving object is balanced,
then the moving object also has zero acceleration.
Balanced forces do not change its motion (no acceleration). Unbalanced forces changes the motion of the object (acceleration).
When the forces acting on an object are balanced, they cancel each other out and the result is no change in its motion.Balanced forces have no effect on motion. Unbalanced forces cause acceleration.
When the forces are balanced, there is no acceleration (Ex: Anything stationary or anything with uniform motion). Unbalanced forces ALWAYS cause acceleration.
No. Since there is acceleration, it means the forces are not balanced.
Newton's First law says there will be no change in motion (no acceleration) for objects on which forces are balanced.
There's no such thing as a balanced force or an unbalanced force.If the entire group of all the forces on an object is unbalanced, then the objectundergoes acceleration, or its "motion changes". If the group of forces on it isbalanced, then its motion doesn't change.
Balanced forces do not alter the motion of objects.
Balanced forces are forces that are balanced and there is no change in motion. Unblanced forces are the opposite of a balanced force. that means that unbalanced forces are not balanced and there is a change in motion.
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A balanced group of forces has the same effect on an object as no force at all. In order to change the object's motion (cause acceleration), an unbalanced group of forces is required.
Yes. A balanced force - that is, if the sum of forces on an object is zero - there won't be an acceleration.
The term 'balanced forces' means that the forces are in equilibrium. So these balanced forces would have no effect on motion.
Balanced forces cannot bring a body to rest. Balanced forces can act on a body which is already at rest or in motion but equal forces cannot change a bodies acceleration, kinetic energy or momentum.
An Unbalanced force accelerates an object and a balanced force has no effect on an object.Balanced forces do not affect motion at all. An object with fully balanced forces does not change its velocity or start moving.Unbalanced forces (giving a resultant force) create acceleration or deceleration in a certain direction.an unbalanced force acting on an object will change the objects motion. a balanced force acting on an object will not change the objects motiontalinnn
Balanced forces do not change an object's motion.
When no changes in motion occur the forces on an object are balanced.
Forces that result in no change in an object's motion balanced forces.
When the entire group of forces acting on an object is balanced, the object's motion is 'uniform' ... its speed is constant and it moves in a straight line. If its speed is changing or its path is not straight, that's called "acceleration", and it means that the group of forces acting on the object is not balanced.
Unbalanced forces is when the forces are 0N or more. Balanced forces are 0.
Motion only happens when there are unbalanced forces. If they are balanced then there is no movement.
No. Unbalanced forces cause change in motion.
The first law is the sum of the forces is zero or the forces are balanced.
You know when two forces are balanced when the motion of the object the forces are being applied to does not change.
No, not when they are balanced.
The motion in a body depends on the the balanced or unbalanced forces acting on it. If the sum of the forces is 0 then it is a balanced force and produces no motion if the sum of the forces isn't 0 then it is unbalanced force. The body will move in the direction in which the force is applied. That's about it