Table of Contents

- 1 Can an object be in motion with zero net force?
- 2 Is it possible for the net force on an object to be zero when it is moving in a circle at a constant speed?
- 3 Is net force related to the movement of an object comment?
- 4 Can you be in motion and have your net force equal to zero fully explain your answer give an example of this?
- 5 When an object has zero net force applied?
- 6 Can a object move when there is no force?
- 7 When is acceleration is zero, there is no force?

## Can an object be in motion with zero net force?

An object’s velocity (a vector) does not change if and only if the net force acting on the object is zero. In other words, if there is no net force on an object, its speed and direction of motion do not change (including if it is at rest).

**Is it possible to have motion when there is no force?**

Yes, it is possible to have motion without a force being present. Newton’s first law states that, in fact, an object must continue to move at the same…

### Is it possible for the net force on an object to be zero when it is moving in a circle at a constant speed?

According to Newton’s first law, a body in motion will remain in motion with constant velocity if the net force acting on it is zero. In the case of an object moving in a circular path the acceleration is directed toward the center of the circle. Therefore the net force is also directed toward the center.

**Why is the net force zero?**

An object can have many forces acting on it at the same time. If all the forces oppose each other exactly then the net force = 0 and the object will either be at rest or move with constant velocity.

The net force gives acceleration to the particles or objects in motion who moves from one place to another due to this acceleration . So when a net force is applied it tries to move the body or the object .

**How can an object be moving to the right without rightward forces?**

An object can be moving to the right even though there are no rightward forces acting upon the object. Even through there are no applied forces the sled maintains a constant velocity. A rightward-moving rocket sled that is slowing down to stop.

## Can you be in motion and have your net force equal to zero fully explain your answer give an example of this?

yes it is possible because when the net force is zero and acceleration is zero. so if the object has some constant velocity it continues with the same velocity until it has some external acceleration. There is no force of equal magnitude as the force of gravity acting in the opposite direction.

**Which of Newton’s Laws states if the net force on an object is zero the motion of the object does not change?**

Newton’s First Law is the law of inertia. An object with no net forces acting on it which is initially at rest will remain at rest. If it is moving, it will continue to move in a straight line with constant velocity.

### When an object has zero net force applied?

An object with no net forces acting on it which is initially at rest will remain at rest. If it is moving, it will continue to move in a straight line with constant velocity. Forces are “pushes” or “pulls” on the object, and forces, like velocity and acceleration are vector quantities.

**What happens when the net force on an object is not zero?**

If the net force on an object is zero, then the object experiences no velocity change. If the net force on an object is not zero, then the object will show a change in velocity. Lastly, this net force must be external to the object.

#### Can a object move when there is no force?

So, yes, the object can be moving when there is no force applied to it. Note: “force” in this discussion is to be interpreted as net force. Net force is the vector sum of all forces acting on the object.

**Can a vector have zero magnitude when net force is zero?**

When an object is in equilibrium (either at rest or moving with constant velocity), the net force acting on it zero. A vector can only have zero magnitude if all of its components are zero. Can Net Force be negative?

## When is acceleration is zero, there is no force?

If acceleration is zero, there is no force. If F=ma, and F is force, and m is mass and a is acceleration, then if acceleration is zero, then mass is irrelevant. (Zero times anything = zero). If acceleration is zero (times mass, which equals zero), then obviously force must also be zero.