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 a push or pull that acts on an object a) force b) speed c) velocity d) acceleration balanced force a) the tendency of an object to resist change in the state of motion b) when all the forces of an object cancel each other out c) when one object applies force to a second object d) the force the second object returns to the first a change in velocity a) action b) reaction c) inertia d) acceleration how fast an object's position is changing over time a) reaction b) action c) speed d) velocity velocity a) how fast an object's position is changing with time at any moment b) the speed of a moving object taken together with its direction of travel c) the force the second object returns to the first d) the tendency of an object to resist change in the state of motion the tendency of an object to resist change in the state of motion a) inertia b) reaction c) friction d) acceleration when one object applies force to a second object a) inertia b) reaction c) action d) balanced forces opposes the movement of one object moving past another a) friction b) action c) force d) inertia unbalanced forces a) when a certain force is only partially cancelled or not canceled at all by other forces b) when all forces cancel each other out c) a push or pull that acts on an object d) a change in velocity the force the second object returns to the first a) action b) friction c) velocity d) reaction
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