Problem: A body moves in a straight line with a constant speed. Which of the following must be true?A) There is no net force acting on the body.B) There is a centripetal force acting.C) There is a constant net force acting in direction of motion. D) There is a single constant force acting in direction of motion.

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A body moves in a straight line with a constant speed. Which of the following must be true?

A) There is no net force acting on the body.

B) There is a centripetal force acting.

C) There is a constant net force acting in direction of motion. 

D) There is a single constant force acting in direction of motion.

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