A balanced force has a net force of zero.
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Hurricane force winds are 74 mph or greater.
if the frictional resistance is high, the force will be greater, and if the frictional resistance is low, the force will be smaller.
Waves from the ocean which come up with force or depth can cause damage to property. Compressional waves or tsunami waves are an example of these seismic waves.
These are known as tsunami.
Yes waves are a major force of erosion along coasts your answer would be true :)
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plz edit this answer bcuz i cant figure it out! yes waves are the major force of erosion along coasts
Eventually, due to distance travelled and friction with gravity, seismic waves will eventually run out of noticeable force.
The seismic or shock energy that travels through Earth away from an earthquake is a form of mechanical energy. Mechanical energy applies force to materials. That's what seismic energy does in moving rocks in the earth's crust.
long time, small force
Yes, the output force of a rake is greater than the input force.
The greater the mass the more gravitational force an object has, the greater distance, say from the ground the greater potential energy, the greater gravitational force. hope that helps :]