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# What type of force needs to touch something to affect things?

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# What two things affect gravitational force?

Mass and distance

kinetic

# What type of force needs something to touch to affect it?

  Friction affects objects only by touching it. To reduce friction you can polish the sufaces. Sometimes friction is good like for example traction with is grip.

# Which type of force needs to touch something to affect it?

i think it might be fricton i do not know but do not count on it

Magnetic

# This type of force needs to touch something to affect it?

A contact force, such as friction. If a car wheel wasn't on the ground there couldn't be friction. A non-contact force could be magnets, the two magnets don't need to touch to

# How does force affect the way things move?

how force affects the way things move is affect motion while more forces may cause the change shape or size of body

# What two things determine how much force is needed to move something?

size massfinal velocity

# What force needs to touch something to affect it?

All four forces act from distance.

# Something all living things need?

Carbon, oxygen, hydrogen, nitrogen, sulphur and phosphorus all though NASA may have found cells without phosphorus that use arsenic instead.

# Which force needs to touch something to affect it?

this is the power of poo

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# Do forces have to touch the object they are affecting?

No, forces such as gravity and electromagnetic do not touch objects directly they are known as non-contact forces.
In Physics

# What type of forces would affect something falling down through the air?

The forces that affect the rate of a falling object are Gravity and Air Resistance. Gravity affects the speed and the velocity of the object by speeding it up as it falls clos

Gravity

# What forces or things that affect orbits?

Gravity is the only real force at work here, The mass affects the gravity, but the gravity is the only one that could be termed a "force".
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friction.