What two Forces Have to Be equally strong in order for a falling object to reach terminal velocity?
Gravitational force and the force of friction (the friction of the object and the air). ...
How do contact forces such as friction differ from gravitational and magnetic forces?
Contact forces must be touching whatever they are acting on the others have a field of influence around them; ie they don't have to touch to act on something ...
Asked in Physics
What is a main difference between gravitational and electr onic forces is that electrical forces?
Electronic forces mainly differ from gravitational forces by being also repulsive while gravitational forces are only attractive. ...
Asked in Science, Physics, Isaac Newton
What is the effect of balanced and unbalanced forces on an object in terms of gravity inertia and friction?
Unbalanced Forces will try to create Motion (Kinetic Energy), balanced Forces do not result in Motion. Gravity, Inertia, and Friction will all try to resist the Motion of the object....unless the Force is in the direction of the Gravitational attraction, then the affect is additive. ...
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A main difference between gravitational and electric forces is that electrical forces?
electric forces can be attractive or repulsive, whereas gravitational forces are only attractive. ...
Asked in Cars & Vehicles, Physics, NASCAR
What type of forces affect the speed of a race car when it is on the track?
Some forces which affect the speed of car on track are as follows:- 1.) Friction of air with outer body of car. 2.) Friction b/n tyre and the road. 3.) Gravitational force acting downward. ...
Asked in Mechanics, Gravity
Name the two types of forces?
Forces might be described as contact and non-contact forces. Contact forces would include friction, pressure, etc. Non-contact forces are more basic and include gravitational force, electromagnetic force, electro-weak force, and others. ...