What happens to the velocity of an object when balanced force acts on it?

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When the entire group of forces acting on an object is balanced, the individual forces all add up to zero, and the effect on the object is the same as it would be if there were no force at all acting on it. No force on it means no acceleration ... no change in speed or direction of motion. No change in speed or direction of motion means constant velocity.

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