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I dontdon't understand the fact that letslet's say hypothetically I was pushing a block on a frictionless surface, and I kept applying the same force on the object how it would keep accelerating! WouldntWouldn't there have to be a certain velocity where it would stop getting faster? If not then what is actually acting on the object to cause it to accelerate infinitely?

I dont understand the fact that lets say hypothetically I was pushing a block on a frictionless surface, and I kept applying the same force on the object how it would keep accelerating! Wouldnt there have to be a certain velocity where it would stop getting faster? If not then what is actually acting on the object to cause it to accelerate infinitely?

I don't understand the fact that let's say hypothetically I was pushing a block on a frictionless surface, and I kept applying the same force on the object how it would keep accelerating! Wouldn't there have to be a certain velocity where it would stop getting faster? If not then what is actually acting on the object to cause it to accelerate infinitely?

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Will something accelerate forever if a constant force is applied to it on a frictionless surface? If so how?

I dont understand the fact that lets say hypothetically I was pushing a block on a frictionless surface, and I kept applying the same force on the object how it would keep accelerating! Wouldnt there have to be a certain velocity where it would stop getting faster? If not then what is actually acting on the object to cause it to accelerate infinitely?