#1
A Constant net force acts on an object. Describe the motion of the object.

A. Increasing Acceleration

B. Constant Velocity

C. Constant Acceleration

D. Constant Speed


I know it is not B, because for that to be true, there would have to be no net force (Objects that are in motion will stay in motion)
#2
C

edit - woo! first post

anyway, when a force is acting then something is accelerating

the acceleration depends on the force i.e. constant force = constant acceleration


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#3
D? Shit, I don't know.

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I thought B. Constant acceleration = accelerating at the same m/s. If the object stays at a constant speed, there is no acceleration
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i reckon A, since something is acting on the object wouldn't it either slow down or speed up

But the force is constant.

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I thought B. Constant acceleration = accelerating at the same m/s. If the object stays at a constant speed, there is no acceleration


Yes, you are correct.

But if a net force is there (which is the sum of all forces being applied) Then there is a constant acceleration.
#12
C, F=ma, if F is constant, acceleration must be too.
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C, F=ma, if F is constant, acceleration must be too.

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C, F=ma, if F is constant, acceleration must be too.

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