What condition of a body be in a state of equillibrium?
When a body or a system is in equilibrium, there is no net tendency to change.
Everything is equal.
Everything is equal.
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\nA condition in which all acting influences are canceled by others, resulting in a stable, balanced, or unchanging system.
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In statics a particle and a rigid body are viewed as pretty much the same thing, and can be analysed with the same methods. Assuming that a particle is in equilibrium i.e. the… sum of the forces and the moments are all zero, and that a rigid body is made up of particles, we know that if each particle of this body is in equilibrium (internal forces cancel each other out) then we can conclude that the body must therefore also be in equilibrium. The difference between these a particle and a body is we will usually find a particle in space without these so-called constraints, while a rigid body- a beam comes immediately to mind, is usually constrained in some or other manner, by either a pin or roller or any other way.
Possibly. If there are no external forces acting upon it, and hence no acceleration, then yes, the body can be in equilibrium. But if there is no acceleration,would the body b…e in motion?
What is a condition resulting from a depressed state of many vital body fuctions and could be fatal?
One condition, the net force acting on the body should not be zero.
Weighing scales with exactly the same weight each side,
Positive Feedback c:
Positive feedback mechanism.
It depends very much on the moles of gasses present i.e. (Sorry, I can't find an equilibrium arrow) 2[A] (g) + B(g) -----> 2[C] (g) + [D] (l) On the left hand side the…re is 3 mols of gas, compared with the right hand side where there is 2 mols of gas, so if the pressure was increased it would shift to the right to reduce the effects of the change, while if the pressure was decreased it would shift to the left. However if the equation were to be like this 2[A] (g) + B(l) -----> 2[C] (g) + [D] (l) Pressure would not effect it as there is two mols of gas on the right and two mols of gas on the left so neither side of the equilibrium would help reduce the effect of the change.
When a body is disturbed from its position of neutral equillibrium what happens on potential energy?
What is the steady state or constant condition necessary for life and maintained by the body is called?
a state in which opposing forces or influences are balanced..