# If you increase the force on an object its acceleration?

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### If you increase the force on an object what else do you probably also increase?

A very simple answer for an unspecific question: Force = Mass x Acceleration If you increase the force acting on an object you will also increase that objects acceleration (If the force on a stationary object is enough to overcome friction or if the force is in the same direction that an object is already moving, etc.).

### How does the force of an object affect acceleration?

The greater the force the more acceleration there is. Force = Mass x Acceleration (Newton's Second Law) F = ma Where force is measured in Newtons, mass in kilograms and acceleration in metres per second. The larger the force on an object of a certain mass the greater will be its acceleration. force = mass x acceleration therefore if an objects force increases then it follows that the increase is due to an increase in…

### What does the second newtons law mean?

Newtons 2nd law means that when force is applied on any object an acceleration is produced in the direction of force which is applied on it. The acceleration produced in the object is directly proportional to the force applied on the object i.e. if force increases then acceleration will also increase and the acceleration is inversely proportional to the mass of object i.e. if the mass of the body decreases then acceleration will increase. If…

### How can you increase acceleration in reference to mass and force?

By looking at the equation F=ma we have two ways to increase acceleration. If we keep the mass constant and increase the force applied then the acceleration of the object will increase. If we keep the force constant and use a smaller mass then the mass will experience a greater acceleration than a greater mass.

### How does a decrease in net force and mass effect acceleration?

If net force acting on a mass decreases, the acceleration of the object decreases. But if the mass of an object were to decrease while a constant net force acted on it, its acceleration would INcrease. If the net force on the object AND the object's mass both decrease, the object's acceleration could either increase OR decrease. We'd need the actual numbers in order to calculate how it would turn out.

### What would cause an object to have a smaller acceleration?

Newton taught everybody that Net Force = Mass * Acceleration. Since we're talking about acceleration, we can rearrange that to be Acceleration = Net Force / Mass. If you want to decrease the acceleration of an object, you would need to decrease the net force applied to it or increase its mass (or both).

### What happens when you hold force applied to the mass constant and change the mass of the objects?

Since Force = Mass x Acceleration If force is held constant and one varies the mass then the acceleration will vary according to the equation: Acceleration = Force / Mass As a result, the acceleration is inversely proportional to the mass of the object. In other words, if one increases the mass of the object, the acceleration of the object will decrease proportionally. Similarly, if one decreases the mass of the object, the acceleration will…

### What happens to the acceleration of an object if you increase the force applied to it?

From Newton's Second Law of Motion, I know that Fnet=manet. anet is the net acceleration. From this equation, I know that Fnet is proportional to anet. THis means that if I decrease the net force, I decrease the net acceleration. If I increase the net force, I increase the net acceleration. If your Fnet equation is Fnet=Fapp-Ff, then increasing the applied force would also increase the net acceleration. Therefore, more applied fore, more acceleration.

### What happens to acceleration if mass is decreased?

Let start with the equation of acceleration: acceleration = force / mass It depends on what is happening to object when mass decreases. If the force reminds the same. Then according to this equation the object rate of acceleration would increase. Basically a rocket would be an example of this. The force of the rocket fuel being emptied out of the rocket would decrease the mass of the rocket and therefore increase the rate of…

### What would happen if you increase the mass of an object?

Since the force of gravity is directly proportional to mass, then increasing the mass of an object increases the force of gravity it produces. Since accceleration = force/mass, then increasing the mass of an object means it will have a smaller acceleration for the same force (or alternatively that you need more force to produce the same acceleration).

### What happens to the acceleration as you increase the mass?

Newton's Second Law: Force = mass x acceleration. Solving for acceleration: acceleration = force / mass. Therefore, if you increase the mass, the same force will produce less acceleration. Newton's Second Law: Force = mass x acceleration. Solving for acceleration: acceleration = force / mass. Therefore, if you increase the mass, the same force will produce less acceleration. Newton's Second Law: Force = mass x acceleration. Solving for acceleration: acceleration = force / mass. Therefore…