What happened to an object when force is applied? Give 3 answers.
—An applied force affects the motion of an object. An applied force can be a push, pull, or dragging on an object. The action from a force can cause an object to move or speed up (accelerate), to slow down (decelerate), to stop, or to change direction.
—In physics, work is defined as the use of force to move an object. For work to be done, the force must be applied in the same direction that the object moves. Work is directly related to both the force applied to an object and the distance the object moves.
—If the Force Acts in the Direction Opposite to the Direction the Object Moves: In this situation, the force tends to slow the object down, thereby decreasing its kinetic energy. If the kinetic energy decreases, then the change in kinetic energy is negative.
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