velocity = 0 , final velocity = v ;
acceleration = 0 , acc_mid = a [from 0 to v] , final acceleration = 0 ;
1. Initially ,velocity is zero.
2. Force is applied to reach constant velocity (i.e) to overcome friction and to accelerate , producing net force.
3. After reaching velocity 'v' , net force is zero. (i.e) force is applied only to overcome friction.
My understandings says that, at CONSTANT VELOCITY,
FORCES are there , only NET FORCE is zero.
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