1) Consider an object with no net force acting on it moving with a constant velocity v. It has a momentum mv.
2) Now let a force F1 act on the object. Let the direction of this force be opposite (to the direction of the object's constant velocity)
3)the object now undergoes a change in its momentum over time, accelerating in the direction of the force F1
4) let another force F2 be introduced that is equal in magnitude to F1 but opposite in direction.
Question) *what happens to the object now?
Since under the influenced of balanced forces the object can either be at rest or have a constant velocity.. If it does have a constant velocity what will be it's direction?
And.. What is the work done by the two forces?*