## a situation in which unbalanced forces are acting on an object. What is the net force on the object, and how does the net force change the m

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a situation in which unbalanced forces are acting on an object. What is the net force on the object, and how does the net force change the motion of the object? 3. Identify the type of friction

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6 months 2021-08-26T12:28:34+00:00 1 Answers 9 views 0

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Explanation:

For systems with balanced forces, the net force is usually 0 and the system.is said to be at equilibrium.

The net force for a system of unbalanced forces however, is not zero and is simply the vector sum of all of the unbalanced forces. It is the resultant of all the unbalanced forces.

And according to Newton’s first law of motion, the net force on a body is responsible for accelerating the body.

The net force acting on a body accelerates the body in the same direction as that in which the resultant is applied.

Mathematically,

Σ F = ma

where m = mass of the body

a = acceleration of the body

Σ F = net force applied on the body.