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Answered 2011-11-30 21:36:59

Any force that isn't canceled by an equal opposite force causes a change in

the speed or direction of motion, or both. The change is called 'acceleration'.

Note: "Unbalanced" is not a "type of force".

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What kind of motion does the speed and direction not change?

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What type of force is needed for motion to occur?

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What type of motion is it when two forces are equal in size?

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What type of motion can be produced by balanced forces?

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What type of forces are acting on object if there is no change you velocity?

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Forces can change what of an object?

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