What is a non-zero net force?

Eduardo Cordova

Eduardo Cordova

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2022-12-31

What is a non-zero net force?

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2023-01-01Added 13 answers

A force is defined as the push or pull that an item experiences that results in a change in velocity. A vector quantity is force. The Newton is the SI unit of force. A body may be under the influence of numerous forces at once. The net force is the vectorial sum of all these forces. The leftover force is known as the non-zero net force if, after the total, all these forces do not cancel one another out. Assume F1=F2=F3, where the magnitudes of the forces are equal. The direction of F1 and F2 are same but F3is in the opposite direction. The net force is Fnet=F1+F2-F3Fnet=F2

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