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Why is there no resultant force?

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Because it's in equilibrium
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Because it's in equilibrium
Even in equilibrium there's a resultant isn't there?


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...why couldn't you use PMs for this?
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Even in equilibrium there's a resultant isn't there?


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No... That's the whole point, no acceleration, stays at rest.
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(Original post by Mutleybm1996)
Even in equilibrium there's a resultant isn't there?


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Equilibrium means that there are no net forces or turning moments.
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...why couldn't you use PMs for this?
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I said to post the question on the maths a level thread lol
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in equilibrium there is no net force in the direction of equilibrium.

an object on a slope can have a net force down the slope whilst remaining in equilibrium in the direction perpendicular to the slope
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(Original post by Mutleybm1996)
Even in equilibrium there's a resultant isn't there?


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The horizontal component of the tension and the 15N causes the resultant force to be 0N as it's in equilibrium (since they act in opposite direction)...if one of the forces is removed then there would be a resultant force
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The horizontal component of the tension and the 15N causes the resultant force to be 0N as it's in equilibrium (since they act in opposite direction)...if one of the forces is removed then there would be a resultant force
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...why couldn't you use PMs for this?
Sending images in PM doesn't work on my phone


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