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Tension Elastic Force Gravity Normal Force Friction Drag
Toward the center of the object being pulled (rope, wire, etc.)Name of Force Symbol Direction Tension Toward the center of the object being pulled (rope, wire, etc.)
Name of Force Symbol Direction Spring Force Toward the center of the object that stretches or away from the center of the object that compresses
Toward the center of mass of the other massive objectName of Force Symbol Direction Gravity or Toward the center of mass of the other massive object
Name of Force Symbol Direction Normal Force or Perpendicular to the surface and from the object exerting the force to the object experiencing it
In a direction that opposes the motion or the possibility of motionName of Force Symbol Direction Friction or In a direction that opposes the motion or the possibility of motion
In a direction that opposes the motionName of Force Symbol Direction Drag In a direction that opposes the motion
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