An elevator is going up at a constant speed in a very tall building. Assume the only forces acting on the elevator are a downward weight force and the force of a cable pulling the elevator up. Ignore air resistance and friction.
How does the magnitude of the weight force compare to the magnitude of the force of the cable?
The force of the cable is greater than the weight.
The force of the cable is less than the weight.
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