what is applied force?
The object at rest will remain at rest unless there is an outside force applied. Example: There is a basketball on the floor. Suddenly, a soccer player kicked it. Explanation: While the basketball is on the floor, it applies force, that is why it is stable--not moving. Then when the soccer player kicked the ball, that is the time that an outside force was applied.
The central tendency of a soccer ball is rest. Unless force is applied it will just sit there. Please note that this is true of most inanimate objects.
The soccer ball will move in the direction of the force applied to it. If it was not kicked squarely, so that the kick imparted a spin on the ball, then its path will curve in the air.
Newton's Second Law simply says Force= Mass x Acceleration. The more force applied the faster the acceleration.
The applied force will depend on the required force, and the angle to the ramp (or the horizontal) at which the force is applied.
a force which is applied to an object by a person or another object a force which is applied to an object by a person or another object
force applied to a pulley
is a force that is applied to an object by a person or another object.
That would be a force that is applied at maximum power.
Objects move when force is applied.