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What type of force needs to touch something to affect things?
Mass and distance
Surface types can affect the force of friction because as the surface gets rough and rougher it has more friction and smooth surface has less friction. if we compare the affec…t of friction force on a ice and road. Road is much more rough than the ice chunk and if we slide a ice hockey puck on each of the surfaces, we get that smoother surfaces has less friction.
Inertia will not be affected when "net" or "net force" is zero.
I'm not sure what this question really means - should it be more like "what two things affect the force between two electric charges?" If this is correct then the answer is pr…obably: 1. The amount of charges. 2. The distance between the charges.
I am not sure but i thinks they are: Positive charge Negative charge
Proximity and mass. How close objects are. Their mass makes a dent in space. More mass equals deeper well.
Two surfaces touching together creates friction. rub your hands together(two surface from your each hand) creates friction and head is the result.
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.
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Temperature and density of the liquid, and the state of the compound being dissolved (salt in small granules will dissolve faster than a large cube of it) will affect the diss…olution rate.
All forces can lead to movement. A ball falls from the sky because of the gravitational force, but if we strap rockets to it the thrust will also move it. Likewise for the… other forces. electric (between charges) magnetic between magnets) weak( during particles decay) strong nuclear force holding atomic nucleus together) gravitational (between masses) The force itself is the definition of cause to the motion or more specifically for the change in motion. If there is no force the body (atom, electron, plank of wood, planet, star or galaxy) will stay still or move with constant speed. The force is the cause of movement from stillness or the cause for change of direction or acceleration. Newton laws are the basis of this definition