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11 June, 09:40

How does applying force to an object affect its motion

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  1. 11 June, 10:11
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    The force you apply to an object and its motion are directly proportional. The more net force is used against an object, the more it will (or be likely) to move. (this does not factor in friction or resistance which honestly, is just another variable)
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