Kind of Force That Causes a Change in Motion?


The kind of force that causes a change in motion is any force under the right circumstances that whenever the net force in a given direction on a body is greater than zero the body will move.
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This question is very unclear. Under the right circumstances any force will cause a change in motion. Whenever the net force, in a given direction, on a body is greater than zero,
Any change in motion - either of speed or direction -
An external force.
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