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# What year discovered the law of acceleration?

There is no such thing as a "Law of Acceleration", at least, not in the sense of a commonly accepted physical law. There is a definition of acceleration as the rate of change of velocity (in symbols: a = dv/dt). Then, there are several formulae that relate acceleration, final velocity, initial velocity, time, etc. Perhaps you are referring to Newton's Second Law, which also involves acceleration (a = F/m, that is, acceleration = force divided by mass).

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The law states that Force = Mass * Acceleration, and that is what the law shows.

Newton's 2nd law of motion is the law of acceleration.

Newton's Law of Acceleration is Force/mass = acceleration. a=F/m.

Law of Flotation was discovered by Archimedes in 212 B.C.No one knows exactly what year the law of flotation was discovered. The law of flotation is an application of Archimedes' principle. Archimedes was a Greek physicist, engineer, and mathematician who lived from 287 BC to 212 BC.

The Second Law is Force = Mass times Acceleration. The First Law can be derived from the Second Law by setting the Focre to zero or the Acceleration to zero;. No force = no acceleration; or No acceleration = no force.

Ampere law is from the year 1826. The term invented is not correct; more suitable is discovered.

Newton's law of acceleration a=F/m; normally called the Second Law F=ma.

Newton's 2nd law is about acceleration, f=ma when acceleration is not equal to zero. The first and third Law's are about no-acceleration, f=ma when a=0.

Thats the relationship between force, mass and acceleration as defined in newtons second law: force = mass * acceleration (f = m * a)

Archimedes discovered the law of buoyancy.

Newton's second law which is F= ma Force= mass x 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, 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, if you increase the mass, the same force will produce less acceleration.

Galileo Galilei discovered the law of inertia.

Sir Issac newton's law is the law of inertia,law of acceleration,and law of motion...each law has its own description or meaning....sir Issac newton's law of acceleration has a formula to solve such problems like finding the force applied,the unknown mass and the acceleration...

Newton's 2nd law F=ma explains that objects will move in the direction of the acceleration a. The object is subject to an acceleration, in this case the acceleration is g= GM/r2 toward earth. Newton discovered this acceleration in. his law of universal Gravitation, F=mGM/r2 This is why objects fall to earth. F=ma says that the force required to produce an acceleration is proportional to mass. The moon does not move in the direction of the acceleration. It accelerates but contiously misses falling onto the earth because it is moving sideways. For ordinarary falling objects, the force of gravity pulls them down, since they are not moving sideways fast enough to miss the earth. It's the law of gravity working here not the law of motion.

Newton's First law; No force , no Acceleration.

I don't think it would be called that. Newton's secondlaw is more concerned about acceleration. The third law has to do with action and reaction.

it was discovered many years ago but Newton was the first who described it in mathematical terms.

Snell's Law was discovered by Willebrord Snell in the year 1621, but it was published by Christiaan Huygen (Christian Huyghens).

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