When acceleration is held constant and objects of different mass are observed are mass and force directly proportional or inversely proportional?
because force=(mass)(acceleration) (f=ma)
Acceleration is constant and different mass but is it directly proportional or inversely proportional?
it is directly proportional
No, it is inversely proportional. More mass means less acceleration.
Force is directly proportional to mass provided the acceleration is constant.
With constant net force, acceleration is inversely proportional to mass. The object's acceleration doubles.
F=ma If Force is constant, then acceleration is inversely proportional to mass. That means higher the mass, lower the acceleration.
F = ma = constant acceleration = F/m a is inversely proportional to m; if you double mass you have 1/2 acceleration, etc.
How does acceleration of an object change in relation to its mass. Is it inversely proportional or directly proportional?
When the force on the object is constant, the object's acceleration is inversely proportional to its mass. Notice that when it comes to gravitation, the force isn't constant ... it's proportional to the object's mass. Put these two factoids together, and out falls the staggering implication that under the influence of gravitation, the object's acceleration is constant, regardless of what its mass may be. Light objects and heavy objects fall with the same acceleration. Is… Read More
Current is inversely proportional to resistance, this comes from the ohms law. V=IR If we keep the voltage as constant then Current will be inversely proportional to resistance
a = k/b when a is inversely proportional to b, where k is a constant.
This is true only if the resultant force is constant. From Newton's second law, F = ma where F is resultant force m is mass and a is acceleration a = F/m => a is inversely proportional to m This means that when m increases, a decreases and when m decreases, a increases.
If the product of two variables is equal to a constant, then they are inversely proportional. eg. If xy=c where c is a constant, then x and y are inversely proportional.
Generally, if y increases as x increases, this is a hint that the quantity is directly proportional, and if y decreases as x increases, the relation might be inversely proportional. However, this is not always the case. x and y are directly proportional if y = kx, where k is a constant. x and y are inversely proportional if y = k/x, k is constant. This is the best way to tell whether the quantities… Read More
Two quantities and are said to be inversely proportional (or "in inverse proportion") if is given by a constant multiple of , i.e., for a constant. This relationship is commonly written
Is the acceleration of an object is directly proportional to the net external force acting on the object and inversely proportional to the mass of the object?
Although you clearly know what you're saying, that statement could give students the wrong idea. We'd rather see it stated in two independent pieces. You'll see why. 1). The acceleration of an object is directly proportional to the net external force. That part is perfect as stated. 2). The acceleration of an object is inversely proportional to the mass of the object only in response to the same, constant net external force.
If force is constant, then the product of (mass x acceleration) is constant, so they must be inversely proportioinal.
Various options: y is directly proportional to k, with x as the constant of proportionality; y is directly proportional to x, with k as the constant of proportionality; x is inversely proportional to k, with y as the constant of proportionality; x is directly proportional to y, with 1/k as the constant of proportionality; k is directly proportional to y, with 1/x as the constant of proportionality; and k is inversely proportional to x, with… Read More
Sure. With a constant force, acceleration is inversely proportional to mass. That's why it's so much easier to get a little kid going on a swing than to get a dead car moving by pushing it.
Two variables, X and Y are said to be in inversely proportional is X*Y - k where k is some non-zero constant. X and Y are said to be directly proportional if X = c*Y where c is some constant.
Boyle's law states that the volume of a gas is inversely proportional to its pressure if the temperature remains constant.
What effect does an increase in an objects mass have on the accleration of the object if net force remains the same?
As net force is constant, from Force= mass *acceleration mass becomes inversely proportional to acceleration (net force being the constant between them) ..thus if mass increases, the acceleration decreases. ( mass= net force* 1/acceleration) so the objects slows down.
they are inversely proportional when the speed of the wave is constant
No. Acceleration is proportional to the applied force.
We know the equation F=ma where; m is the mass and a is the acceleration and F is the amount of force applied. If the same amount of force is applied i.e if force is kept constant we get: F=ma m=F/a And since force is constant we can write m is directly proportional to 1/a i.e m is inversely proportional to a. Therefore, if the amount of force applied is same then as the mass… Read More
Time is inversely proportional to speed.
For a constant external force applied on an object, the more massive the object is the less its acceleration. That is , mass and acceleration are inversely proportional: as one increases, the other decreases. Newton's Second Law of Motion The net external force on a body is equal to the product of the body's mass and acceleration. Fnet =mass* acceleration This law shows the inverse relationship between mass and acceleration.
If Y is one variable and X the other then if Y = kX they are directly proportional (k is a constant). If X increases, Y increases. On the other hand if Y = k / X they are inversely proportional (k is a constant). If X increases, Y decreases..
Yes. They are inversely proportional. The proportion y ∝ 1/x, means xy=K, where K is the constant.
It depends on the force. The acceleration due to gravity (for small objects) is essentially independent of mass, although air friction may be worse for very small objects. If, however, you have a constant force. F = MA Force = Mass * Acceleration. Divide each side by mass and you get: Acceleration = (Force / Mass) So, for constant force, the more mass an object has, the less acceleration. Or, you could say that for… Read More
The ideal gas law:PV = nRT Any two variables on the SAME SIDE of the equation are inversely proportional. Note that "R" is a constant; so the following are inversely proportional: P and V n and T (And any two variables on OPPOSITE sides are directly proportional.)
Each is inversely proportional to the other.
inversely proportional or inverse proportion
Boyle's law states that for a fixed amount of gas at a constant temperature, Pressure is inversely proportional to the Volume of the gas.
Acceleleration is directly proportional to force but inversely proportional to mass what does this mean?
It means that if you increase the force, acceleration will increase. However, if you increase the mass of the object you are accelerating, the acceleration will decrease. It all stems from the basic equation F=ma, where F is the force, m is the mass and a is the acceleration. Rearranging for a gives a=F/m. This means that as m is the denominator, if it doubles and F remains constant, a will halve.
That means that - other things being equal - when there is more mass, acceleration will be less. More specifically, "inverse proportion" means, in this case: a = k/m (for some proportionality constant "k") According to Newton's Second Law: a = F/m, so the proportionality constant is the force in this case.
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… Read More
According to Boyles law the relationship between the pressure and volume of a gas at constant temperature is?
The pressure and volume of a gas at a constant temperature are inversely proportional to each other.
consider a circuit with a constant voltage supply i.e. voltage,V is constant.now from Ohm's law we have V=IR,where I is the current and R is the resistance.and the resistance of the conductor is inversely is proportional to the cross sectional area,A.from the relation V=IR,where V is constant,I is inversely proportional to R and since R is inversely proportional to A, I is directly proportional to A. Another Answer There is no relationship between current and… Read More
In that case, the force is proportional to the acceleration.
If you have a conductor ... say, a copper wire ... and you keep its diameter and temperature constant, then yes, its resistance will be directly proportional to its length.
Gravity is proportional to the product of the masses, and inversely proportional to the square of the distance. The gravity constant is simply the proportionality constant. If you're calculating with all SI units, then the universal gravitational constant is 6.67 x 10-11newton-meter2/kilogram2
The Boyle (or Boyle-Mariotte) law is: the pressure and the volume in a closed system, at a constant temperature, is a constant. They are so inversely proportional.
Who said at constant temperature the pressure of a given amount of gas is inversely proportional to the volume of gas?
That would be Boyle.
The smaller object will have a larger acceleration than the larger object. This is because, from Newton's second law, the acceleration of a body is given by: a = F/m where a is acceleration F is resultant force and m is mass F is constant, so acceleration is inversely proportional to mass. Hence, the smaller object will have a larger acceleration.
The energy per photon is directly proportional to the frequency; the frequency is inversely proportional to the wavelength (since frequency x wavelength = speed of light, which is constant); thus, the energy per photon is inversely proportional to the wavelength.
Yes mass and volume are directly proportional. If density remains constant, then adding mass will force the volume to increase. If volume decreased or remained constant in such a situation, the density would increase.
If mass increases and there is no friction would the acceleration of an object increase when place on an incline plane?
Yes. The acceleration is directly proportional to the objects mass. For objects with constant mass however, the acceleration will remain constant.
Kinematics does not require constant acceleration. There are different equations for different situations. So some of the equations will be valid even when the acceleration is not constant.
When the ratio of two variables is constant their relationship can be described as a inversely proportional b inerdependent c dirctly proportional d parallel?
c, but the word is DIRECTLY, not dirctly!