In order to find the force required to accelerate a body of a given mass, one should multiply the mass by the acceleration. In this case, a force of 648N will be required.
F = M A Required force = (18) x (rate of acceleration)
C. 648 n
Force = Mass*Acceleration Therefore, the force required is 15*8 = 120 N.
The force required to accelerate a body of mass 1kg with an acceleration 1m per second square.
answer is (D) 120N
F = m A = (18) (36) = 648 newtons
It depends what the situation is. If an object is falling, the weight of the object, which is determined by the object's mass and the gravity, is the force causing it to accelerate. If you're talking about a box being pushed, you could have a person pushing it, which causes it to accelerate, but you also must take into account the force of friction combatting the applied force.
Acceleration is in the same direction as the applied force.
F=ma Force = Mass x Acceleration 15 x 8 = 120
One Joule is equal to the energy used to accelerate a body with a mass of one kilogram, using one Newton of force, over a distance of one meter
Force = mass * acceleration F = 18*36 F = 648N
A unbalanced force causes a body to accelerate. (From Newton's second law)
•An action (transfer of energy) that will accelerate a body in the direction of the applied force.
According to Newton's laws, the conditions in which a body accelerates are only those in which a force is acting upon it. With no force acting upon it, a body would not accelerate. With a force acting upon it, it would accelerate by an amount proportional to the force and inversely proportional to its mass.
No. With only a single force present, the body would accelerate infinitely in the direction of that force.
Since you don't tell us anything about friction or any other forces in the body's environment, we have to assume that there aren't any, and answer the question for that case. Any force, no matter how small, will accelerate any body, no matter how big. The greater the force is, the greater the acceleration will be. To find out exactly what the acceleration is, simply divide the force by the mass.
The newton (symbol: N) is the SI unit of force. It is named after Sir Isaac Newton in recognition of his work on classical mechanics.A newton is the amount of force required to accelerate a body with a mass of one kilogram at a rate of one meter per second squared.1 A kilonewton would be a thousand of these units.1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kilonewton
Whenever there is a resultant force acting on a body which is having some mass, then that body will accelerate (or) A body whose velocity is changing with respect to time and having some mass then the body will accelerate.
It depends on the force of gravity where the body is weighed.
F = M A = (18) x (36) = 648 newtons
The moving body will accelerate by the equation a=F/m.
A body will move in circular motion if there is a force to accelerate it towards the center.
90 n is needed to accelerate your body at a rate of 2 if you weigh 45 kg.