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An object experiencing a resultant force will always move faster.
The equation F=ma relates force, mass, and acceleration.
The unit of force is kilograms (kg).
Both force and acceleration are vector quantities.
The acceleration of an object is inversely proportional to its mass.
A car with a resultant force of 6000 N and a mass of 1200 kg will have an acceleration of 5 m/s².
An object with no resultant force acting on it will not move.
When an object is moving in a circle, the direction of motion is constantly changing.
The centripetal force acts parallel to the direction of motion of the object in a circle.
A stone being whirled in a circle will fly off in a straight line if the string breaks.
The magnitude of the centripetal force depends only on the speed of the object.
The centripetal force required increases with the radius of the circle.
If the speed of an object in circular motion increases, the centripetal force must also increase.
The centripetal force does not change the speed of an object in circular motion.
A stone being whirled in a horizontal circle has a constant velocity.