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Why does an object at constant velocity produce no force?

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    F=ma a=0,since no change in velocity(v constant) f(net)=0

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    More specifically beyond just formulas

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    Because F=m*a and when you have constant velocity there is absolutely no acceleration. So if a=0 then F=0

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    When it doesn't interact or bump in to anything.

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