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Acceleration = Force/Mass = 12/3 = 4m/s2
since force is mass and acceleration the force needed to knock over a bowling depends on the mass of bowling and it acceleration.
Acceleration due to gravity is related to the gravitational force (or, more accurately, the gravitational field). This field causes an acceleration of 9.8 meters/second2. This is equivalent to 9.8 newton/kilogram, that is, every kilogram of mass is subject to a force of 9.8 newton. The gravitational field is often expressed in acceleration units, but the two are really equivalent: a net force of 9.8 newton, applied to a mass of 1 kilogram, will cause that much acceleration.
No. Acceleration is proportional to the applied force.
Acceleration is 2m/s^2
1 m/s2 because Force = mass * acceleration, therefore acceleration = Force/ mass. 20 N / 20 kg = 1 m/s2
The graph of force versus acceleration tells us that there is a direct relationship between the force applied to an object and the amount of acceleration that object experiences. More force applied, more acceleration, and much more force applied yields much more acceleration.
If the applied force is constant, the acceleration will also be constant. To know the actual amount of acceleration, you divide the force by the mass.
Acceleration increases as force increases.
Without force applied to it, an object can't have any acceleration.
Newtons second law of motion is basically F=ma. If you rearrange this to equal acceleration you get a=F/m. If the mass remains constant there will be no change in acceleration unless a force is applied. Because the applied force is increasing and acceleration is proportional to force the acceleration also increases
When the applied force increases, the acceleration increases When the applied force decreases, the acceleration decreases. This can be explained using Newton's second law of motion. F = ma
Acceleration= total force / mass. Total force might be applied force minus frictional force, or applied force minus air resistance etc.
, for a given mass the acceleration produced in it will be proportional to the force applied on it.
Well according to the equation Force = Mass x Acceleration. A bowling ball has more mass than a feather but it all depends on how much acceleration each is undergoing. Potentially a feather can have more force (if the bowling ball has an acceleration of zero, then there is no force being produced, and if the feather is accelerating at any speed greater than zero, thentechnicallyit has more force)
Acceleration is directly proportional to force. Double the force on an object, and you double its acceleration.
Acceleration is in the same direction as the applied force.
Acceleration increases when force increases and decreases when force decreases.
Every force produces acceleration, if it's not canceled byan equal opposite force applied to the same object.
Generally speaking, increasing the force applied to an object will increase its acceleration. A constant force provides a constant acceleration. By increasing that force, increasing acceleration will result. Earth's gravity gives a constant acceleration. If you compare that to, say, being trapped in Jupiter's gravity, you'll find youself accelerating a lot faster than you would be in Earth gravity. More force applied leads to increased acceleration, and it's just that simple.
The acceleration depends on the net force. So, you must add the forces together as vectors. The result in this case depends in what direction the force is applied.
a force applied to a mass results in a change in the state of motion of the mass, or acceleration.