# Forces and Acceleration

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 Question Answer What does an object need to start moving? A force What happens when the resultant force on an object remains zero? The object will remain stationary What does 'no change in Velocity' mean? That there is no resultant force What happens if there is no resultant force on a moving object? It'll carry on moving at the same velocity What are the criteria for an object to move at a constant velocity? All forces on the object must be balanced What must an object have to keep it moving at a steady speed? Zero resultant forces What happens when there is a non-zero resultant force on a moving object? It will accelerate in the direction of the least amount of force What will a non-zero resultant force always produce? Acceleration (or deceleration) List five different forms of acceleration. 1) Starting 2) Stopping 3) Speeding up 4) Slowing down 5) Change in direction