# Combining Forces

## The net force acting on an object is the combination of all of the individual forces acting on it.

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## 힘의 결합

by Whakuk Lee //basic
Combining forces: Pulling down and pushing up, forces acting in opposite directions, forces acting in the same direction.
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## Net Force

by EPISD Physics //basic
Combining forces: Pulling down and pushing up, forces acting in opposite directions, forces acting in the same direction.
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## Combining Forces

by Christopher von Nagy //basic
Combining forces: Pulling down and pushing up, forces acting in opposite directions, forces acting in the same direction.
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## Combining Forces Section 3.2

by Jannine Tuttle //basic
Combining forces: Pulling down and pushing up, forces acting in opposite directions, forces acting in the same direction.
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## Combining Forces

by Michelle Gallivan //basic
Combining forces: Pulling down and pushing up, forces acting in opposite directions, forces acting in the same direction.
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## Combining Forces

by Rico Lin //basic
This video discusses net force and how we are able to find it using vectors. It emphasizes net force when an object experiences forces in the same direction and in opposite directions. The concept of net force is then related back to Newton's First Law of motion.
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• Real World Application

## Speeding Up by Falling Down

by Katie MacDonald //basic
Discover how to find the terminal velocity of a penny dropped from a skyscraper and whether the penny will be traveling fast enough by the time it reaches the ground to damage materials or harm people.
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• Real World Application

## Tug of War 2

by Phillip Hagedorn //basic
Learn what forces are involved in the game of tug of war and how the game illustrates Newton's first law of motion.
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• Flashcards

## Combining Forces

by Ellaine Chou //basic
These flashcards are here to help you better understand middle school physical science.
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