If A Body Is In Equilibrium, Are There No Forces Acting On It?


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Anonymous answered
If you're talking about a problem in Newtonian mechanics, a body in equilibrium (no acceleration) usually implies that there are no _net_ forces acting on it.
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Kyoko Katayama answered
If a body is in equilibrium, any forces acting upon it are balanced.  That's why it is said to be in equilibrium.

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