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Q: When one team in a tug of war pulls harder on the rope than the other team does the forces are?
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Unbalanced forces produce a non-zero net force, which changes the object's direction. Imagine a tug of war: if the forces are balanced, the center of the rope will not move; with unbalanced forces, the team pulling harder will win.

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The forces at work are balanced. Gravity is pulling the book (and the rope) down, and the rope exerts an equal and opposite force to keep the book suspended.

What are some examples of balaced force and unbalanced force?

One force is never balanced or unbalanced. Two or more forces are balanced if their magnitudes and directions are such that they add up to no force at all. An example is: Two people in a tug-of-war. Each person pulls the rope as hard as he can, and the rope doesn't move ... just as if there were no force on it at all. If the forces don't add up to zero, then they're unbalanced. An example is: Two people pulling in the same direction on the same end of the rope.

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What is most important in winning a tug-of-war pulling harder on the rope or pushing harder on the floor?

Both needs equal and opposite power. If the rope slippery, then holding the rope will be more important. If the floor is slippery, then floor not getting slipped is more important.