All the forces may be present.
The child on the sled has a weight- which is due to the force of gravity on the child and the sled.
The sled and the child exert a force on the ground equal to the combined weight of the sled and the child. The ground exerts a normal force on the sled.
The force used by the father to pull the sled is the applied force.
The sled slides on the ground and as a result, the force of friction exists between the ground and the sled, directed opposite to the direction of the motion of the sled.
The father pulls the sled using a rope. As a result, the rope is under Tension.
As the sled moves it also experiences a force of air resistance, which is dependent on the sled's speed.
However, since the father pulls the sled along with constant speed, the sum of all the forces acting on the sled is zero.
Since there is no movement in the upward or downward directions, the weight of the child and the sled is equal to the normal force acted upon the sled by the ground.
The force applied by the father on the rope is equal to the tension in the rope.
Friction and air resistance act opposite to the direction of motion of the sled. for the sled to move at constant speed, the tension in the rope must be equal to the sum of the forces due to friction and air resistance.
wind is defined by the direction it blows from. for example, a wind blowing from north to south is called a northerly wind.
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