PHYSICS Gr.11

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Objects which are at rest or moving at constant velocity, may have forces acting on them. However the forces are said to be balanced.
QUESTION: Which special force is zero, when the forces are balanced?

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  • PHYSICS Gr.11 -

    Net force is zero when forces are b alanced.

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