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# Is the statement “An object always moves in the direction

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Problem 11CQ

Problem 11CQ

Is the statement “An object always moves in the direction of the net force acting on it” true or false? Explain.

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Given statement is false because the object always accelerated in the direction of resultant or net force whereas the initial displacement direction may be different.

Example: When we apply brakes on the car, the force applied(Net force) is backwards whereas the car is displacing in opposite direction.

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