As we increase the force on an object the acceleration increases proportionally. Since the mass does not change as the acceleration increases, we can say that force is equal to acceleration. Therefore, if you double the force you double the acceleration.

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## Would the cart’s final speed be higher or lower if the fan were set to medium instead of low?

The cart speeds up more on Medium. Force causes the speed of the cart to change. If more force is used, the speed the cart changes more quickly.

## How did doubling the force affect the acceleration of the cart?

The acceleration is equal to the net force divided by the mass. If the net force acting on an object doubles, its acceleration is doubled. If the mass is doubled, then acceleration will be halved.

## How does a fan cart illustrate Newton’s third law for every force in one direction there is an equal force in the opposite direction?

By blowing to the left, the fans exert a force on the cart that pushes it to the right. This illustrates Newton’s third law : A force in one direction results in an equal force in the opposite direction. The velocity ( v ) of the cart is its speed and direction.

## How do you think the number of fans will affect the cart’s acceleration?

I think the number of fans will affect the cart’s acceleration because the cart is causing it to accelerate faster every time a fan is added. Experiment : Select the BAR CHART tab and turn on Show numerical values. For each of the situations below, record the acceleration of the cart.

## What causes objects to slow down when they are no longer pushed?

Friction is a force that opposes the motion of objects; friction can cause objects to slow down. Air resistance is a type of friction.

## What provided the force that made the cart speed up?

What provided the force that made the cart speed up? The fan.

## How does changing the mass of the fan cart affect its acceleration?

With added mass, there a decrease in the rate of acceleration because the fan cart now has the added mass that resists the change in motion.

## What happened to the acceleration of the cart as the weights on the holder increased?

As more and more weights are added, the weighted cart’s velocity decreases more and the other cart’s velocity increases more. The weighted cart decreases in velocity because, as you add masses to it, it still has the same initial force that gives it motion (the explosion).

## How many forces are applied to the fan cart?

In this situation, there are two forces exerted on the cart: air pushing backward on the fan, and air pushing forward on the sail. These two forces balance each other, and the cart does NOT move!

## What is Newton’s third law of motion explain?

His third law states that for every action (force) in nature there is an equal and opposite reaction. If object A exerts a force on object B, object B also exerts an equal and opposite force on object A. In other words, forces result from interactions.

## Which is the best example of Newton’s third law of motion?

Newton’s 3rd law of motion states that action and reaction are always equal but opposite in direction. Common examples of newton’s third law of motion are: A horse pulls a cart, a person walks on the ground, a hammer pushes a nail, magnets attract paper clip.

## What will the motion of the cart be like when there is no force at all there is no friction in this mode?

What will the motion of the cart be like when there is no force at all there is no friction in this mode? (Without friction (and assuming the cart is free of any other contact interactions), the cart would continue at a constant speed indefinitely since there would be nothing to slow it down or speed it up.)

## What would happen to the speed of the cart if several bags of cement were added to the cart?

What would happen to the speed of the cart if several bags of cement were added to the cart? The greater mass would slow down or decelerate the cart because the pulling force has remained the same.

## What do you notice about the force and the product of mass and acceleration Ma?

According to Newton s Second Law of Motion, also known as the Law of Force and Acceleration, a force upon an object causes it to accelerate according to the formula net force = mass x acceleration. So the acceleration of the object is directly proportional to the force and inversely proportional to the mass.

## What is the strongest force that exists in the universe?

The strong nuclear force, also called the strong nuclear interaction, is the strongest of the four fundamental forces of nature. It’s 6 thousand trillion trillion trillion (that’s 39 zeroes after 6!)

## Do heavier objects fall faster with air resistance?

Galileo discovered that objects that are more dense, or have more mass, fall at a faster rate than less dense objects, due to this air resistance. A feather and brick dropped together. Air resistance causes the feather to fall more slowly.

## Does friction increase with speed?

Experimental results have been presented showing that the coefficient of sliding friction increases with speed, over a wide range of sliding speeds, when elastically soft materials slide on smooth surfaces.

## How does force affect motion?

Forces affect how objects move. They may cause motion; they may also slow, stop, or change the direction of motion of an object that is already moving. Since force cause changes in the speed or direction of an object, we can say that forces cause changes in velocity. Remember that acceleration is a change in velocity.

## What will happen to the object if it is not moving?

An object at rest has zero velocity – and (in the absence of an unbalanced force) will remain with a zero velocity. Such an object will not change its state of motion (i.e., velocity) unless acted upon by an unbalanced force.

## What does the velocity vs time V vs T graph show?

Velocity vs. time graph shows the variation of velocity with time.

## How does the mass of the cart affect acceleration?

## What law of motion is pushing a cart?

Newton’s second law of motion can be observed by comparing the acceleration produced in a car and a truck after applying an equal magnitude of force to both. It is easy to notice that after pushing a car and a truck with the same intensity, the car accelerates more than the truck.

## Why pushing a cart is second law of motion?

Newton’s second law of motion explains acceleration produced in cars and trucks by applying an equal magnitude of force to both. On pushing a car and a truck with the same force, the car accelerates more because its mass is far lesser than the mass of the truck.

## What happens to acceleration if the force is tripled?

For the same force, the acceleration produced is inversely proportional to the mass. If you apply force to twice as much mass the acceleration is twice smaller. If you triple the mass, the acceleration is three times smaller.