# Balanced Forces: Definition & Examples

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### An object has a 3N force left, a 3N force right, a 4N force up and a 5N force down. In what respect are the forces balanced?

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### 2. An object is moving at 50 miles per hour west. The forces on the object are balanced and remain balanced. A minute later, what is the object's velocity?

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The questions on this multiple-choice quiz mostly provide you with practice problems to solve related to balanced forces and velocity. You'll also need a solid understanding of Newton's 1st Law if you want to pass the quiz.

## Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Evaluate yourself with questions on the following:

• How the forces of a given object are balanced
• What Newton's 1st Law states
• The velocity of an object given the balance of forces
• Why objects in motion eventually stop
• Facts about the forces on a flying plane

## Skills Practiced

• Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related lesson on balanced forces
• Problem solving - apply what you've learned to solve given physics problems

Continue your studies of the forces on objects by taking a closer look at the accompanying lesson, Balanced Forces: Definition & Examples. This lesson covers the following topics:

• The definition of force
• Friction and low friction
• Lift, drag and thrust
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