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In order for an object not to move, the forces on it must all be A~ negative B~ positive C~ from gravity D~ balanced

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  1. anonymous
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    Balanced. If the force exerted by both sides is equal it is clear that neither will win so the forces are completely balanced, neither pulling or pushing harder than the other. For example; if you have a chair and it is sitting stationary with no acting force pressing from either side, it is balanced.

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    @*ImaBeMe*

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    LOL sorry she have the answer already this not my question its my friends question

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    • one year ago
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    oh okay just making sure good :) no problem

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