A hockey puck slides with constant velocity. Which claim about the forces acting on the hockey puck must be true? Choose 1 answer: Choose 1

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A hockey puck slides with constant velocity. Which claim about the forces acting on the hockey puck must be true? Choose 1 answer: Choose 1 answer: (Choice A) A There is not enough information. (Choice B) B There is no net force on the hockey puck. (Choice C) C There is a net force on the hockey puck. (Choice D) D There are no forces on the hockey puck.

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Thanh Thu 2 months 2021-07-23T04:06:33+00:00 1 Answers 14 views 0

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    2021-07-23T04:08:23+00:00

    Answer:

    Choice B) B There is no net force on the hockey puck.

    Explanation:

    In case when the hockey puck the slides with the same velocity or constant velocity so the force with respect to the hockey should contain that there is no net force as if the body moves along with the same velocity or the constant velocity so in this case the body acceleration is zero

    And according to the newton second law i.e.

    F = ma

    In case when the acceleration is zero so the net force is zero

    Therefore the option b is correct

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