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Misconception FMM090:

A moving object has a force within it that keeps it moving (McCloskey, 1983; Osborne, 1985; Viennot, 1979).

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If an object is slowing down, a force that is causing it to slow down must be greater than the sum of the forces that are pulling or pushing the object forward.



It is possible for an object to be moving at constant speed without a force pushing or pulling it.