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Homework help? An object will remain at rest or maintain constant, straight-line motion unless acted on by a force that is ___________________. A. inertial B. balanced C. unbalanced D. along a straight line

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  1. NotSoSmartYanno
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    Please help someone!

  2. Tally5667
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    @NotSmartYanno superDEEduper is a spammer.

  3. NotSoSmartYanno
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    Thanks for telling me!!

  4. Preetha
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    I am inclined to think the best answer is D.

  5. Tally5667
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    An object at rest will stay at rest and an object in motion will stay in motion with the same velocity unless acted on by an unbalanced force.

  6. Tally5667
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    Isn't that part of Newton's law?

  7. Preetha
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    Ok, I'll go with Tally.

  8. NotSoSmartYanno
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    Thanks guy's I am going to try C I do think it is part of Newton's law! Thanks answering everyone!

  9. Preetha
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    Be sure to give Tally a medal Yanno!

  10. NotSoSmartYanno
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    I will I wish I could give you one too Thanks for trying to help!!

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