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In the picture below, a boy is trying to pull a dog on a leash, but the dog and the boy are moving in the same direction. Which of the following best describes the forces in this situation? *
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A The forces are balanced, and the net force is zero.
B The forces are unbalanced, and the boy’s force is greater.
C The forces are unbalanced, and the dog’s force is greater.
D The forces are balanced, and the dog is stronger than the boy.

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  1. If the boy and the dog are moving at the same speed and that speed is not changing the net force on the system is zero. No acceleration ---> no net force

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    Damon
  2. Is it A

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  3. im positive its a because its the only one that says net force zero

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  4. Whats the answers for the rest of the test?

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  5. We need answers plz help y'all :)

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  6. plz give answers ASAP :)
    #NEEDHELP

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  7. B
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    EASY 100% TRUST ME your welcome

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  8. Carlos is correct thanks so much

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  9. Thxs Carlos ^o^
    I gotta 100

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  10. Carlos is wrong😑

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  11. Carlos is wrong :(

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  12. Can someone plz post the RIGHT answers
    whoever does it would be a gift to the world

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