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## What is the net force when 10N and 15N forces acts on a body in the same direc tion?

Thus the resultant force is 5√(13+6√2) N at an angle of w.r.t. F1. Two forces of 10N and 15N are acting simultaneously on an object in the same direction.

## How do you find net force in opposite directions?

Forces Acting in Opposite Directions In general, whenever forces act on an object in opposite directions—like the book on the table—the net force is equal to the difference between the two forces. In other words, one force is subtracted from the other to calculate the net force.

**How should you calculate the net force of two forces in the same direction?**

15-10=5 NF = 5 N to the right If two(or more) forces act on an object in the same direction, the net force is the sum of the forces. In the diagram at left, the net force is 30 Newtons to the right.

**When two or more forces act in the same direction then resultant force is the?**

Resultant Force :- When two or more force act on a body then resulatnts force is the sum of all forces act on a body is known as resultant force . When two forces act in same directions then the resultant force is added .

### Which resultant is not possible by 10N and 15N?

Now we need to find out the resultant which is not possible between 10 N and 15 N. So now the magnitude of these forces 10 N and 15 N can be determined by the difference and addition of the two. The addition of these two 10 and 15 is 25. So 2 N resultant cannot be done since it will not lie between 5 N and 25 N.

### What is the net force acting on an object?

The net force on an object is the combined effect (the sum) of all the pushing and pulling forces actually acting on the object. If the forces pushing or pulling on an object are not balanced (a net force acts) then the object will accelerate in the direction of the net force.

**What happens when 2 forces act in same direction?**

When two forces act on an object in the same direction, they add up in order to give a resultant large force. The magnitude of the forces also add up to produce a resultant that is equal to the sum of the two forces acting in the same direction.

**What happens when 2 forces act in the opposite direction?**

If two forces of equal strength act on an object in opposite directions, the forces will cancel, resulting in a net force of zero and no movement.