How can force mass times acceleration be written?
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Asked in Physics, Isaac Newton, Newtons Laws of Motion
Why is force equals mass times the acceleration not mass plus acceleration by not considering the law of dimensions?
We see that if Force =mass+acceleration...then accoding to physics if the mass has no acceleration then force=mass+0=mass..which is not right in any sence in physics..now if we put Force=mass times acceleration and if consider the mass has no acceleration then force=mass times zero=0..which is true according to physics..therefore the mathemetically correct equation for Force is Force=mass*acceleration and not force=mass+acceleration...