Net force acting on a body is zero, if two forces acting on it are

When two forces acting on a body are in opposite direction, the net force is the difference between two forces in the direction of larger force. However, the net force is sum of the two forces if they are acting in the same direction. Thus resultant will be zero if the two forces are equal in magnitude and opposite in direction.

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