Balanced and Unbalanced Forces

By: Caleb Hodge

Balanced Forces

This Tackk will be explaining balanced and unbalanced forces along with what is a balanced and unbalanced force.

Balanced Force- A balanced force is no change in motion or it does not stop/start/or change the direction of motion.

Unbalanced Forces

The first image shown is presenting balanced force because both men are pushing the block with the same amount of force in which the block isn't moving in any direction. The second image is showing that 2 people of the same weight on a seesaw are balanced and will not move the seesaw up or down. The third image represents that 2 10kg weighted objects on a 20m seesaw with each the same length of the seesaw is balanced and will not move or accelerate.    

Unbalanced Force- An unbalanced force is the change of motion. It does stop/start/change acceleration/or change in direction.

The first image is showing that the force of gravity and their weight is making the seesaw unbalanced. The second  image is representing that the force of the engine in the car is stronger than the force of the friction on the ground. The third image is presenting that 8N is the force pushing upward and 12N pushing downward and the downward force has 4N more force than the upward force.

The first image is showing that the force of gravity and their weight is making the seesaw unbalanced. The second image is representing that the force of the engine in the car is stronger than the force of the friction on the ground. The third image is presenting that 8N is the force pushing upward and 12N pushing downward and the downward force has 4N more force than the upward force.