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Equilibrium is a state in which all forces acting on an object are in balance.

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When all the forces acting on an object balance each other the object will be in this state?

equal or equilibrium


What happens to a object if there are no forces acting upon it?

It will remain in that state.


How do you explain the effect of balanced forces on the state of motion of an object?

A balanced group of forces acting on the object has no effect on its motion. The object continues moving in a straight line at constant speed.


What are the 2 forces acting on a sinking object?

There are 3 (I am doing physics IGCSE and my paper says state the 3 forces acting on a sinking anchor), but I only know one, upthrust!


How does disequilibrium occur?

Something is in "equilibrium" when it is in a state of perfect balance or rest. All forces acting on it are equal and opposite. It is in a "minimum" energy state.


Can balance force bring about any change in the state of motion ...?

First of all, there is no such thing as "a balanced force". If a group of twoor more forces adds up to zero, then it is the group that is balanced.A balanced group of forces all acting on the same object does not bring abouta change in the speed or direction of the object's motion.


Can balanced forces bring about any change in an object's state of motion?

If all the forces acting on a body are balanced, i.e. sum to zero, they cannot bring about a change in its state of motion.


When a pair of balanced forces acts on an object what will happen to an object that is moving?

If two forces acting on an object are equal and opposite, then the net force acting on the object is zero. If the net force acting on an object is zero, then the object's velocity will not change. If it is already moving, then it will continue to move in a straight line at that same velocity. If it is not already moving, it will stay stationary.


When balanced forces are acting on an object wat does the object do?

nothing Actually, it's more accurate to state that its velocity (both speed and direction) remains constant. Force is the product of mass and acceleration (F=ma). When the vector sum of all the forces acting on an object is zero, there is no acceleration. (Thanks, Isaac!)


What is equilibrium state?

The simplest answer is a state of equilibrium exists when things are in balance. Physical, emotional, political, etc. It is the state of a body at which the resultant forces acting on the body will be zero. It is usually attained when the C.G of the body lies within and near its base. The state of the equilibrium is where there is no change. State of equilibrium means that there is a balance of forces summing to zero, or no acceleration. If there are no forces, there will be no acceleration or change of velocity.


How can you tell if a force is balanced or unbalanced by looking at it?

2 Forces are unbalanced when an object that is not moving starts moving or changes speed or direction. Balanced forces are the opposite they are where an object that is not moving stays still or an object that is moving stays at a constant pace.


What happens if the sum of all the forces acting on a moving object is zero?

Then the object will not accelerate (if it is stationary, then it will remain stationary, if it is already moving it will continue to move at the same velocity until a force begins to act on it).