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why no force is required to move an object with constant velocity?

Asked by Amanjot 1st July 2016, 9:46 PM
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A body is to be moved with a constant velocity. So, its velocity should not change.
When velocity does not change, acceleration is zero.
Now, according to Newton's second law, F = ma
If there is no acceleration, then there is no force required, F = m×0 = 0
Hence, no force is required to move an object with constant velocity.
Answered by Expert 4th July 2016, 10:24 AM
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