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All moving objects will have Unbalanced forces acting on them Some type of electrical charge No gravity acting on them Only balanced forces acting on them

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  1. Jemurray3
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    None of those responses are true...

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    I'd say A (:

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    because you have to have a unbalanced force for something to be moving .

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    No you don't. You need an unbalanced force for something to be accelerating, but if you throw a baseball in space it has no forces acting on it when it leaves your hand but it's still moving.

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