In physics, resistive force is a force, or the vector sum of numerous forces, whose direction is opposite to the motion of a body, and may refer to: Friction, during sliding and/or rolling. Drag (physics), during movement through a fluid (see fluid dynamics)
What is an example of a resistive force?
What is the formula for resistive force?
What are the 3 resistive forces?
Is resistive force negative?
How is net force calculated?
What is the resistive force of friction?
What is impulsive force?
What do you mean by viscous force?
What is one example of a resistant force explain why it is called resistant?
What is average resistive force?
Is upthrust force a contact force?
What is the magnitude of the resistive force?
What’s an example of net force?
What is net force in physics?
What is an example of net force?
When we kick a soccer ball, then the ball takes off and moves through the air. Then, there is a net force acting on the ball. Again when the ball starts to come back to the ground and eventually stops, there is also a net force acting on the ball.