Conditions in which the body is accelerating?

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According to Newton's laws, the conditions in which a body accelerates are only those in which a force is acting upon it. With no force acting upon it, a body would not accelerate. With a force acting upon it, it would accelerate by an amount proportional to the force and inversely proportional to its mass.
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What is body conditioning?

Body conditioning is the exercise and practice to build the body up for either improved normal performance, as in physical therapy, or in preparation for sports performance.

What force is required to accelerate a body?

It depends what the situation is. If an object is falling, the weight of the object, which is determined by the object's mass and the gravity, is the force causing it to accel

When does a body accelerate?

A body accelerates when force acts on it.. Actually, we should say a " net force " ... if there is more than one force acting on the body, they may have different strengt

When does the body accelerate?

first you go up in the air than do a couple laps around the plane and then check you body temperature and then multiply that by 200 than when you get your answear divide by 17

When acceleration of the body cannot be zero?

As we know from the Newton's 2nd Law, F=ma,F=force,m=mass of the body a= acceleration of the body a=F/m When F>0 i.e. even a little amount of force is exerted on the bod