Its a nice sunny day outside, and the mountains nearby are experiencing a certain kind of force that is apparent in everyday life.
There is an unbalanced force being applied to the mountain and the rocks that sit upon it.
In addition, the friction caused by the boulders motion causes another acceleration, this time a slow in speed. Air resistance has the same effect, making these two more ways that the speed can change due to unbalanced forces.
The unbalanced forces are most apparent on the island's highest peak, where gravity, reaction force, friction, air resistance, pushes, pulls, and more are being applied
There was a very strong wind gust that overcame the forces of gravity and reaction force. This inequality results in an unbalanced force, causing it to accelerate.
After the wind gust caused motion in the boulder, the forces of friction and air resistance started to move against the boulder, causing it to slow, resulting in even more unbalanced forces.
The force caused by the wind gust caused acceleration, or a change in speed. In this case, the boulder sped up. This is one way a force, such as a push, can change the speed of an object.
Eventually, the forces of friction and air resistance will stop the boulder, causing it to finally stop, re balancing the forces.