Q. 34.1( 13 Votes )

Explain in brief, what happens when two force act in opposite direction on an object.

Answer :

If the magnitudes of the two forces acting in opposite direction on an object are equal then the object will not move at all. On the other hand, if the magnitudes of the two forces are unequal then the net force acting on the object is the difference between the two forces and the object will moves towards the direction of the larger force applied.


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