The Acceleration of a Particle is Zero, as Measured from an Inertial Frame of Reference. Can We Conclude that No Force Acts on the Particle? - Physics
The acceleration of a particle is zero, as measured from an inertial frame of reference. Can we conclude that no force acts on the particle?
No. The acceleration of the particle can also be zero if the vector sum of all the forces is zero, i.e. no net force acts on the particle.
Concept: Newton's First Law of Motion
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