Cause of the force
Direction of the force
Magnitude of the force
Type of force
The object
Forces as vectors
Forces exerted by the object
Forces exerted on the object
5800 N
14,700 N
775 N
13, 690 N
Greater than the normal force times the coefficient of static friction.
Equal to the normal force times the coefficient of static friction.
The normal force times the coefficient of kinetic friction.
Zero
A small acceleration
A large acceleration
No acceleration
Equilibrium
Equals the sum of the magnitudes of the two forces.
Equals the difference in the magnitudes of the two forces.
Equals the average of the two forces.
Cannot be determined from the given information.
Kg
Kg•m/s^2
Kg•m/s
Kg•(m/s)^2
At rest
Being accelerated
Moving with constant velocity
Losing mass
303 N
44 N
12 N
1128 N
3 N
769 N
196 N
50 N
Yes; Fs= 268 N and Fa= 222 N
No; Fs= 268 N and Fa= 222 N
Yes; Fs= 222 N and Fa= 268 N
No; Fs= 222 N and Fa = 268 N
883 N
258 N
844 N
323 N