Q. 14.4( 81 Votes )

What happens when th

Answer :

If the two forces act in the opposite direction on an object, the net force acting on it is the difference between the two forces.

For Example:


In the given figure, F1 and F2 are acting in the opposite direction. Therefore, net force = F1 - F2 or F2 - F1

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