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### Examples of force of friction that causes an object to accelerate?

Any frictional force can cause an object to accelerate, but the acceleration is always in the opposite direction of the direction of motion of the object. That is to say frictional forces can cause negative acceleration (or deceleration) of an… Full Answer

### When do you say that object has accelerated motion?

If its speed or direction of motion change, then the object is accelerated. (Note: "Accelerate" does not mean "speed up".)

### Is acceleration caused by a push or pull of an object?

say your already in uniform motion, if you push or pull against the direction of motion it will decelerate to zero , then accelerate in the opposite direction. if you push or pull in the direction of motion, it will… Full Answer

### A net force acting on a object causes the object to accelerate?

Newton's second law of motion states that a net force acting on an object causes the object to accelerate in the same direction as the force.

### What happens when an object starts to accelerate?

It changes its state of motion.

### What is motion to accelerate deferred judgment?

motion to accelerate

### What effect does a force have on an object in motion?

This depends on in which direction the force is being applied. If the force is applied against the direction of movement, it will slow a body down If the force is applied in the same direction of movement then it… Full Answer

### Why does newton's first law of motion not work on earth?

It sure works on Earth. It works everywhere. If there is no net force on an object, the object will not accelerate. Vice versa, if the object does not accelerate, that means there is no net force on the object.

### When the net forces on an object is zero the objects motion will?

The objects will not accelerate.

### In Newtons second law of motion a force causes a mass to?

... accelerate. ... accelerate. ... accelerate. ... accelerate.

### Energy that is in motion is what?

The kinetic energy of an object is the energy which it possesses due to its motion. It is defined as the work needed to accelerate a body of a given mass from rest to its stated velocity

### 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.

### What first law of motion tells us that if an object is sitting at rest?

it will not accelerate.

### A net force greater than zero will cause an object to?

... to accelerate.

### What it Newtons 2nd law of motion?

Newton's second law of motion is when an object meets force it will accelerate.

### Why a body moves in a circular motion?

A body will move in circular motion if there is a force to accelerate it towards the center.

### If the net force on an object is zero?

... then it won't accelerate. ... then it won't accelerate. ... then it won't accelerate. ... then it won't accelerate.

### How do balanced forces relate to newton's first law of motion?

If the forces are balanced (in other words, the net force on an object is zero), then the object will not accelerate (its velocity will not change). If the forces are balanced (in other words, the net force on an… Full Answer

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### How can you make and object accelerate?

An object will accelerate if and only if there is a net force acting on the object.

### An object will accelerate in the direction of the what?

An object will accelerate in the direction of the net force acting on that object.

### What happens when an object is in motion?

Its displacement, relative to some reference point, changes with time. The way in which it changes will depend on the nature of the motion and the forces (if any) acting on the object.

### How is the rate of motion of an object affected by an increase in force applied?

An increase in applied force will cause the object to accelerate.

### How do unbalanced forces change the direction of an object in motion?

Unbalanced forces accelerate an object in the directions of the unbalanced forces.

### How is motion of an object affected when a force acts on it?

If a force is exerted on an object, it will accelerate in inverse proportion to its mass in the direction of the force. For example, if two objects of different mass are subjected to the same force, the less massive… Full Answer

### An object will accelerate in the direction of what force?

An object will accelerate in the direction of net force

### Will an object move if it has unbalanced force on it?

-- An object may be in motion even without any forces on it. -- An object will accelerate if the forces on it are unbalanced.

### How does the mass of an object accelerate during free fall?

Newton's second law of motion states that force is equal to mass times acceleration, or F = ma. So, because the force of gravity is pulling the object down towards the ground during free fall, the object will accelerate. In… Full Answer

### When can an object have Acceleration?

Whenever there is a resultant force acting on a body which is having some mass, then that body will accelerate (or) A body whose velocity is changing with respect to time and having some mass then the body will accelerate.

### What would happen if friction were to act in the same direction as the motion?

The object would accelerate faster.

### Why do you consider a moving object to accelerate even when it slows down or chnges direction without changing speeed?

Because that's the definition of "accelerate". "Accelerate" doesn't mean "speed up", although that's how everybody who rides in a car uses the word. "Accelerate" means "change the speed or the direction of motion, or both".

### When an object accelerate what can it do?

When an object accelerates it can change its speed or direction of motion. When it accelerates without changing its direction of motion, it can cover any distance in less time.

### What are the requirements for an object to accelerate?

Velocity must be changing in order for an object to accelerate or decelerate.

### How can an object accelerate without changing its speed?

For a uniform circular motion speed is held constant,but there is always a change in the velocity of the rotating body and hence there is a net acceleration

### How is the motion of an object affected when a force acts on it?

A force can cause a resting object to move, or it can accelerate a moving object by changing the objects direction.

### What happens to the motion of an object when force is applied?

When force is applied to an object, the velocity changes. The object can either accelerate or decelerate and can change direction.

### What happens to the force after it accelerates an object?

I can say that a force is the ONLY thing that can accelerate an object.

### If more force acts on an object will the object accelerate?

Well not necessarily because if force pushes it down it cannot accelerate anymore but in other directions it will accelerate.

### In terms of speed and direction in what ways can an object accelerate?

an object can accelerate both up and down

### How are objects able to accelerate?

When the forces on an object are unbalanced, the object will accelerate in the direction of the net force.

### Is an unbalanced force needed to start motion?

Yes, in order for an object to accelerate or decelerate, the resultant force cannot be zero. To cause a car to accelerate, the forward force (thrust force/engine force) must be greater than the backwards force (friction force/brake force). When this… Full Answer

### What objects have accelerated motion?

Any object on which an unbalance force is acting will accelerate - i.e., its velocity will change.

### How does a constant forward force affect motion?

It causes the object to accelerate Force = Mass x Acceleration

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### When does something accelerate in the direction opposite to its direction of motion?

If the object is speeding up, the acceleration is in the directionary of the velocity.

### Which is not a way to accelerate an object-?

One way to not accelerate an object is by trying to reduce its speed. In physics, a change in speed or in direction is called acceleration. One way not to accelerate an object is to change its name.

### Can accelerated body have zero velocity?

An object can only accelerate if its velocity changes.

### An object acted upon a force will what in the same direction of the force?

Accelerate, assuming that there is a net force acting upon the object. This means that the force you exert upon an object is not matched by any other force(s) in the opposite direction. Say you push on a wall. The… Full Answer