Q: What you get when you multiply an objects mass by acceleration?

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Force = Mass * Acceleration If you would multiply that by Mass, you would have mass^2 * acceleration. Which, to say the least, is nothing.

No, an object's acceleration is inversely proportional to an objects mass.

Is it speed

Yes. The acceleration is directly proportional to the objects mass.For objects with constant mass however, the acceleration will remain constant.

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You get the force required to accelerate the object

multiply by acceleration

force = mass * acceleration then mass and acceleration is inversly proportional. Actually mass is constant but when the speed increases the mass become less since acceleration and velocity is directly propotional thus acceleration increases too.....thx..with best regards..

You get the force required to cause the given acceleration on the given mass.

Weight is the term for the mass times the acceleration. To measure that, you multiply the mass times the acceleration

Weight is the term for the mass times the acceleration. To measure that, you multiply the mass times the acceleration