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    question on motion

    It is possible to have motion in the absence of a force (F)
    beacuse no motion without force

    If an object is not moving , no external force acts on it (T)
    beacuse each object will not move unless a force acts on it

    If a single force acts on an object , the object accelerates ( T)
    beacuse every object has force has accelerates

    If an object experiences an acceleration , a force acts on it ( T)
    beacuse every object has force has accelerates


    If an object experences no acceleration , no external force acts on it ( T)
    beacuse every object has no force has no accelerates

    If the net force acting on an object is in the x direction the object moves in the x direction ( T )
    beacuse when force effet on the object will go same direction of force

    I want check my answer please >>
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    Your first answer is incorrect. You can have straight-line uniform motion (including no motion!) with no forces present. That is Newton's First Law. The other answers seem to be correct.
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