Do Now: Force vs. Net Force; Tension
1. A cat lies on the floor. Is it correct to say
a. that NO FORCE acts on the cat?
b. Or, is it correct to say that no net force (in other words, ZERO NET FORCE) acts on the cat?
EXPLAIN your ans
Do Now: Please REWRITE the problems/answers
(can bullet point) on loose leaf with enough detail that
you remember the problem for an open notes quiz.
A cat lies on the floor.
Can you say that NO
FORCE acts on the cat?
Or, is it correct to say
An object in mechanical
equilibrium is stable, without
changes in motion.
ts good when your personal life is stablewhen
things important to you are in balance. Its also
nice when the needs of family and friends are
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