What is Resultant Force in Physics

Resultant Force in Physics


The net effect of two or more forces is a single force that is called the resultant force.


Note: A variety of opportunities for the exchange of information both between the student and the teacher, and between students. Access to a huge number of Internet resources on various topics. Difficulties that can arise when using technology. Insufficient technical equipment. Lack of Internet access or poor quality of communication. The excess of information, the inability to navigate through existing Internet resources, decide which ones deserve attention and which ones do not. In order to correctly use the available devices or programs, special training may be needed, which may not be available for teachers or for students. Feeling of isolation, lack of communication. Under online instruction can be implied as a training online 100% and blended learning (blended learning), which includes both online and “off-line” component, i.e. training classes. If we talk about higher and additional education, then the most popular now is the blended learning model, while the ratio of time allocated for “real” and virtual learning can vary greatly.

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