If you know all of the forces acting on a moving object, can you tell the direction the object is moving? If yes, explain how. If no, provide a counter example. At first i thought the answer was yes, that if you knew the net force on the object the object would be moving in the direction of the net force but that only works for a nonzero net force, and also doesn't tell you the direction of motion only the direction of the accelleration which would could be opposing the motion but the object still moving in the same direction (slowing down). If the net force is 0 then the object keeps moving in the direction it was set in originally. So i figure the correct answer is no. Is my logic right? and as a result my conclusion?