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In the direction of the net force acting on it.

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What will a object do when the net force is not zero?

-- When the net force on an object is not zero, the object undergoes accelerated motion.-- The magnitude of the acceleration is the ratio of the net force to the object's mass.-- The direction of the acceleration is the same as the direction of the net force.


How can an object travelling in one direction be accelerated in another direction?

An object is accelerated in the direction of the net force acting on it, regardless of what direction it may be moving.


What happens to a moving object when force is applied?

The object is accelerated in the direction of the net (or resultant) force.


What happens when a unbalanced force is applied to moving object?

The object is accelerated in the direction of the net (or resultant) force.


What object is acted upon by a net force will accelerate int he direction of that force?

The direction of net force will decide the direction of motion. Hence the object will accelerate in the direction of net force.


An object will accelerate in the direction of what force?

An object will accelerate in the direction of net force


When the net force an object is greater than zero the object will accelerate in the direction of the?

The acceleration will be in the direction of the net force.


Is it possible for an object to have a net force directed in a different direction as their acceleration?

No. The direction of an object's acceleration is always the same as the direction of the net force on it.


What direction is acceleration compared to the net force on an object?

Acceleration is in the same direction as the net force.


How is the acceleration of an object related to the net force acting on the object?

The net force of an object is the total force the object has and the direction it is going. An acceleration is a change in that force so the acceleration then directly influences the magnitude and direction of the original net force.


What happens to an object of there is a net force acting on the object?

It accelerates in the direction of the net force, with an acceleration equal to (net force) divided by (the object's mass).


What will an object acted upon by net force do?

It will undergo accelerated motion.

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