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it is an unequilibrium motion.

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Q: What happens to an objects motion if an unbalanced force acts on it?
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Can change an objects motion?

unbalanced force(:


Objects in motion are the result of what force?

Objects in motion are the result of unbalanced forces.


What is needed to change an objects motion?

an unbalanced force


Force that causes a change in the objects motion?

unbalanced


What is a common unbalanced force that acts on objects in motion?

Friction


What is a common unbalanced force acting on objects in motion?

Friction


Does an unbalanced force change an objects motion?

There's no such thing as "an unbalanced force".If the entire group of two or more forces on an objectis unbalanced, then the object's motion changes.


Is it true that an unbalanced force will not change and objects motion?

yes every unbalanced force can change or "try to change (can be or cannot be)" the state of rest or motion


An unbalanced force will not change an objects motion?

If the forces on an object are unbalanced then the objects motion will change. It will start accelerating in the direction of the resultant force. Only objects that have balanced forces will remain in the same motion (stationary or moving at a constant speed).


What does it take to change an objects state of motion?

it takes an unbalanced force to change an object's state of motion


How do balanced and unbalanced force affect an objects motion?

The motion in a body depends on the the balanced or unbalanced forces acting on it. If the sum of the forces is 0 then it is a balanced force and produces no motion if the sum of the forces isn't 0 then it is unbalanced force. The body will move in the direction in which the force is applied. That's about it


Can unbalanced force change an objects motion?

If the group of forces acting on an object is unbalanced, the object's motion always changes. The change is called "acceleration".

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