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Gravitational force (gravity) acting downwards and the normal force of the table acting on the cup upwards. These two forces when added together equal zero. Therefore, there is no movement. They keep that cup and its contents in position.

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Q: What two forces act on the paper cup as the repeling magnets contend to keep it in this position?
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