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Balanced and Unbalanced Forces

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Write 1 paragraph telling about balanced and unbalanced forces. Give examples.

Be sure to use a good starting and concluding sentence. This assignment is required in cursive on binder paper. It’s extra credit if you do it online as well (in addition to the on paper assignment).

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  1. By: P6-Clayton Williams on September 23, 2008 at 3:58 pm      

    Here are some definitions and examples for balanced and unbalanced forces. A balanced froce is when the net force is zero and the motion of the object is not changing. One example of a balanced force is a parked car. An unbalanced force is when the net force is not zero, and the object is changing speed or direction. One example of unbalanced force is somebody kicking a soccer ball across a field. Those are some definitions and examples of balanced and unbalanced forces.

  2. By: P.6 Mario Gaytan on September 23, 2008 at 4:51 pm      

    These are what balanced and unbalanced forces are and examples. Balanced forces are when the net force is zero, and the the motion of the object doesnt change. An example of balanced forces ia a T.V. on a T.V. stand. Unbalanced forces are when the net force isn’t zero, and the object does change speed and direction. An example of unbalanced forces is when you fly a kite up in the air. That is what balanced and unbalanced forces are.

  3. By: P.3 Victoria Pacheco on September 23, 2008 at 5:25 pm      

    The following paragraph tells about balanced and unbalanced forces, and gives examples of them. A balanced force is a net force that is at zero and the object doesn’t change. An example of a balanced force is when a ball is sitting on a level surface. An unbalanced force is when the net force is not zero and when the object is either changing speed or direction. An example of an unbalanced force is when a soccer player kicks a soccer ball across a field. This paragraph describes balanced and unbalanced force.

  4. By: Anthony Garcia on September 23, 2008 at 5:39 pm      

    Here is some facts with examples about balanced and unbalanced forces. First is balanced it is a net force that is zero and the motion of the object does not change. For example a trampoline when no one is jumping on it. Last but not least unbalanced force it is when the net force is not at zero,and the object is changing speed or directions. An example for it is swimming in water and changing its direction. Those are the balanced and unbalanced forces and its examples.

  5. By: P.6 Samanta Gutierrez on September 23, 2008 at 6:52 pm      

    Balanced and Unbalanced are two types of forces.
    Balanced Force is a net force that is zero. The motion of this object does not change. Unbalanced Force is when the net force is not zero, and the object is changing speed and direction. Now here are some exampels. Balanced Force is like a house not moving. Unbalanced Force is like a car on the highway. Those were the definations and examples of Balanced and Unbalanced Forces.

  6. By: Jordan Derio on September 23, 2008 at 7:42 pm      

    Here are some facts and examples of balanced and unbalanced forces. One, the motion of balance does not change and its net force always stays at zero. Two, for unbalance, the speed and direction is always changing and its force is never zero. For example, balanced force is like a parked car, it doesn’t move. And unbalanced force is like a ball bouncing off of many walls. And those are some facts and examples of the two types of forces.

  7. By: Matthew Jones on September 23, 2008 at 8:17 pm      

    An object at rest tends to stay at rest and an object in motion tends to stay in motion with the same speed and in the same direction unless acted upon by an unbalanced force.Some examples are a book sliding across a table–unbalanced force. Balanced force would be a person standing on the ground.One example would be trying to get ketchup out of a bottle by hitting the bottom of it until it starts to pour out. There are many examples of balanced and unbalanced forces we use everyday.

  8. By: p3 Steven Arnold on September 23, 2008 at 9:00 pm      

    Here are some definitions and examples of balanced and unbalanced forces. Balanced motion is when the object does not move. A ball is sitting still on a level surface. A dirt bike resting on a stand. A parked car. Unbalanced force is when the net force is not zero, and the object is changing speed of direction. Steven is jumping a table top on a dirtbike.There are the definitions and examples of balanced and unbalanced forces.

  9. By: p.6 roberto rojas ochoa on September 23, 2008 at 10:34 pm      

    Balanced and Unbalanced forces are very diferent from each other.A Balanced force is a net force that is zero and the motion of the object does not change.An example of a Balanced force is like a parked car in a parking lot.Unbalanced forces is not a net force and the object is changing speed or direction.One example of unbalanced force is like a Jet flying in the sky.And thats what Balanced and Unbalanced forces are.

  10. By: P3 Jacob Alviso on September 24, 2008 at 6:06 am      

    There are two types of forces : balanced and unbalanced.Balanced is when an object has no net force. Not moving. Like a brick sitting on a lawn. Unbalaced is when an object has a net force above zero, the object is moving. An example would be a soccer ball being kicked on a field. Those are two types of forces.

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