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What Happens When Two Forces Act in the Same Direction?

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What happens when two forces act in the same direction is that you add those forces together. This would cause the object on which the forces were directed to have a stronger impact. If the forces were acting in opposite directions, you would subtract one from the other to determine amount of force.
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Two forces acting in the same direction add together. If those two forces are acting on an object, the object will accelerate faster than if there was only one force acting on the
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The strongest force will push the other object in
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They are ADDED together.
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You are honestly freaking out way too much. You literally wrote out the entire process you need to solve. Don't ask someone to plug in numbers for you and call that needing help.
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