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oxnNJaJanjoNasONNsa force, motion, acceleration, mass

Newtons second law of motion defines force. The formula is- a=F/m ,where F is force and m is mass while a is acceleration. a=F/m (acceleration= force / (divided by) mass).

(Mass) x (Acceleration)

According to Newton's second law of motion, acceleration depends on the objects mass and on the net force acting on the object.

According to newtons second law of motion when the net force on an object is greater than 0, F=m*a where a is the acceleration, m is the mass, and F is the force.

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oxnNJaJanjoNasONNsa force, motion, acceleration, mass

force mass and acceleration..

An outside force, measured in Newtons(N)

Newtons second law of motion defines force. The formula is- a=F/m ,where F is force and m is mass while a is acceleration. a=F/m (acceleration= force / (divided by) mass).

Force=mass*acceleration

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Force has size, which is how much force put into somethig, e.g., 10 Newtons of force. It has motion because force is basically motion, because force can be unbalanced or balanced, and unbalanced causes motion, and is basically motion.

Newton's second law of motion is when an object meets force it will accelerate.

Acceleration is proportional to the force applied and inversely proportional to the mass

(Mass) x (Acceleration)

Force is the product of mass and acceleration, F= ma.

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