True or false? You exert a push P on an object and it pushes back on you with a force F. If the object is moving at constant velocity, then F is equal to P, but if the object is being accelerated, then P must be greater than F.

Solution 29DQ Step 1: The statement is true. We are pushing an object with P and the object pushes back with a force F, if P = F, the object will start moving a constant rate. But acceleration will be zero.