What are examples of balanced forces?


A balanced force is defined as that which results when two equal forces are applied on an object pushing it either way or the equal forces that are acting on an object in opposite directions. When equal forces are applied to an object, they have no effect on the movement of the object as they both cancel each other out.
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Two or more forces are balanced if their vector sum is zero. That means they all. cancel each other out, and the total result is just as if there were no forces at all.
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Balanced forces is when things are not moving. Take a suspended balloon for example, gravity pulls it down and upthrust pushes it up but it does not move. In this situation the forces are said to be balanced.
A balanced force is when two equivalent forces are applied on an entity pushing both ways and they do not cause a change in motion. The objects involved usually have the same speed and move same direction unless acted upon by an unbalanced force.
Balanced forces are forces equal in size, act in opposite direction and they do not cause any change in motion. Due to the forces being equal they cancel each other out hence resulting in a zero force that does not have any effect on the object they are acting on.
Forces acting on a body are said to be balanced when the body is at rest or is not moving. An example is the forces acting on a table. Gravity pulls the table down, but the table is pushed up by the ground so the table does not move and the forces are said to be balanced.
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