in tug of war,when two teams are pulling the rope , a stage comesnwhen the rope does not move to either side at all wht can you saynabout the magnitudes and directions of the forces being applied tonthe rope by the two teams at this stage
this is because the amount of force applied by both the teams becomes equal (100=100) so the rope repeles both the team by equal amount of force
Karanveer Singh answered this
In tug of war when two teams are pulling the rope and if the rope does not move in eiher side then the net weight is 0 and equal muscular force is applied. Therefore the magnitude and the direction f the ofrce are the same.
Rakesh Tolat answered this
At this stage, both the teams apply equal muscular force in opposite directions.Thus, the net force applied is zero & the rope doesn't move to either sides.