Unbalanced. The rotational force upon the drive wheels must be greater than the force of inertia in order for the car to begin moving.
balanced forces are when the two opposite forces are equal and cause no change to the object e.g a car at a steady speed. unbalanced forces would cause the car to increase or decrease in speed
If a car (or any object, for that matter) accelerates, that is, if it velocity changes, then there are unbalanced forces. If the object doesn't accelerate - for example, if it remains on the spot - then the forces are balanced.
The same as they do to any other object.
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The forces acting on the car are unbalanced because it is accelerating by changing direction, even though it has constant speed. Unbalanced forces cause acceleration (change in motion). That is what Newton's first law of motion is about.
The friction force acting upon the turned wheels of the car cause an unbalanced force upon the car and a subsequent acceleration.
No. The car is accelerating using an unbalanced force. Balanced force does not accelerate.
When equal and opposite forces act on an object, the object does not change its state of rest or motion. These forces are called balanced forces. When unequal forces act on an object, the object changes its state of rest or motion. Such forces are called unbalanced forces.
If the forces weren't balanced, then the car would be (de) accelerating, thus the forces must be balanced.
Then the object will move :) If you are talking about a car, and you have the brakes on, then it will be balanced because the brakes act as a balancing force.Scientifically, the only thing that makes a car move without any kind of brake on is because of unbalanced forces.