Resultant forces

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What happens to a moving object if the resultant force on it is zero?
It keeps moving
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What happens to a moving object if the resultant force on it is not zero?
It speeds up in the direction of the resultant force
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If we double the resultant force applied to an object, what happens to its acceleration?
It doubles
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What force is needed to give an acceleration of 2 m/s2 to a 4 kg box?
8 N
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4 N is applied to a 2 kg object. What is its acceleration?
2 m/s2
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What force is needed to give an acceleration of 10 m/s2 to a 250 g box?
2.5 N
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What happens to a moving object if the resultant force on it is not zero?

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It speeds up in the direction of the resultant force

Card 3

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If we double the resultant force applied to an object, what happens to its acceleration?

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Card 4

Front

What force is needed to give an acceleration of 2 m/s2 to a 4 kg box?

Back

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Card 5

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4 N is applied to a 2 kg object. What is its acceleration?

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Miss KHP

Some nice and simple questions on resultant force.

Good for:

AQA Additional science

Edexcel Additional Science

OCR Additional Science

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