Table of Contents

- 1 What is the net force if you pull a cart to the right with 5n of force and a friend pushes the cart to the left with 5n of force?
- 2 How do you find the net force if two forces are pulling on an object in the same direction?
- 3 What is the net force acting on a cart that is moving at a constant speed what will happen to the cart if you increase the force on it in the direction it is moving?
- 4 What is the net force of 5N and 10n?
- 5 When forces are balanced pulling in opposite directions?
- 6 When 2 small figures are both pulling in the same direction their individual forces are?
- 7 What is the net force of an object called?
- 8 What is the force needed to accelerate 20 kg?
- 9 What is the force needed to accelerate one newton?

## What is the net force if you pull a cart to the right with 5n of force and a friend pushes the cart to the left with 5n of force?

the net force would be zero, and the cart would not move.

### How do you find the net force if two forces are pulling on an object in the same direction?

- The net force acting on an object is the combination of all of the individual forces acting on it.
- If two forces act on an object in opposite directions, the net force is the difference between the two forces.
- If two forces act on an object in the same direction, the net force is the sum of the two forces.

#### What is the net force acting on a cart that is moving at a constant speed what will happen to the cart if you increase the force on it in the direction it is moving?

For a car or any other object to move, it must be accelerated from rest to the desired speed; this requires that the engine force be greater than the friction force. Once the car is moving at constant velocity, the net force must be zero; otherwise, the car will accelerate (gain speed).

**How do you calculate the net force acting on an object?**

Net force is the sum of all forces acting on an object. The net force can be calculated using Newton’s second law, which states that F = ma, where: F is the net force. m is the mass of the object.

**What is the net force if you push a cart to the right?**

the net force is zero as both the side gives the same force(5N) to the object .

## What is the net force of 5N and 10n?

1 Expert Answer The net force acting on the object = (5 + 10) N = 15 N in the direction of the two forces.

### When forces are balanced pulling in opposite directions?

When the forces acting on an object have equal strength and act in opposite directions, they are balanced. These forces cancel out one another, and the motion of the object they are acting on remains unchanged. When the forces acting on an object are unbalanced, they do not cancel out one another.

#### When 2 small figures are both pulling in the same direction their individual forces are?

Question: 3) When 2 small figures are both pulling in the same direction, their individual forces are together.

**What is the effect of net on both carts?**

The net momentum of the two-cart system is zero, even when the carts are in motion. Momentum is a vector, so the momentum of one cart is cancelled by the momentum of the other cart.

**What is the force to pull a cart to the right?**

A cart is pulled to the right with a force of 15 N while being pulled to the left with a force of 20 N. The net force on the cart is A. 5 N to the left. B. 5 N to the right.

## What is the net force of an object called?

Net Force Calculator The sum of force acting on an object or particle is called as net force. There are several forces acting on the object, when all these forces are added up, the resultant value is the net force.

### What is the force needed to accelerate 20 kg?

What is the force required to accelerate an object with a mass of 20 kg from stationary to 3 m/s 2? Newtons are a derived unit, equal to 1 kg-m/s². In other words, a single Newton is equal to the force needed to accelerate one kilogram one meter per second squared.

#### What is the force needed to accelerate one newton?

Newtons are a derived unit, equal to 1 kg-m/s². In other words, a single Newton is equal to the force needed to accelerate one kilogram one meter per second squared. Further Reading. Newton’s Second Law – Wolfram Demonstration Project Newton’s Second Law – Khan Academy