# Which example best represents balanced forces? an elevator stopped on the third floor a basketball shot into a hoop a sled sliding down a snowy hill a tow truck pulling a car out of a ditch

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## Question:

Which example best represents balanced forces? an elevator stopped on the third floor a basketball shot into a hoop a sled sliding down a snowy hill a tow truck pulling a car out of a ditch

The example that best represent balanced force as regards this question is an elevator stopped on the third floor.

• Balanced force can be regarded as resultant force that has a magnitude of zero when acted on an object.
• When forces that are been subjected on a body are zero then the force is balanced.
• In the case of the elevator, immediately it stopped at a particular floor, then it will gave a balanced force, because at that point all forces acting on it becomes zero
• When a car is pushed from a ditch , the force is acting from a side so its not balanced

Examples of balanced forces are;

1. The weight of object as well as normal force acting on it can be regarded as been balanced.
2. When pushing a car at both opposite sides with the same forces.
3. A lizard that hangs in vertical position.
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Therefore option A is correct, because balanced force exist as the elevator stopped.

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