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In what direction does an applied force move an object? A. in the same direction as the force B. independent of the force C. in the opposite direction of the force D. perpendicular to the force

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Doyle755

B. independent of the force.

Peanut2

I think the correct answer from the choices listed above is option C. It is in the opposite direction of the force that  an applied force will be able to move an object. Importantly, this applied force should be greater than the other forces it has to make it move.

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