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oxnNJaJanjoNasONNsa force, motion, acceleration, mass

Newtons are a unit of force. A force of 1 Newton acting on a mass of 1 kilogram causes it to accelerate by 1 metre/second every second by Newton second law: force = mass x acceleration. A 1-kg mass that is dropped will accelerate down at 9.81 metres per second per second before it hits the floor, therefore the force acting it, which is its weight, is 9.81 Newtons. But the same 1-kg mass, on the Moon, accelerates one sixth as fast, and its weight is less, one sixth of the old weight, so its weight is only 1.63 Newtons.

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).

Newton's Second Law: force = mass x acceleration

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Force=mass*acceleration

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force mass and acceleration..

oxnNJaJanjoNasONNsa force, motion, acceleration, mass

oxnNJaJanjoNasONNsa force, motion, acceleration, mass

Newtons are a unit of force. A force of 1 Newton acting on a mass of 1 kilogram causes it to accelerate by 1 metre/second every second by Newton second law: force = mass x acceleration. A 1-kg mass that is dropped will accelerate down at 9.81 metres per second per second before it hits the floor, therefore the force acting it, which is its weight, is 9.81 Newtons. But the same 1-kg mass, on the Moon, accelerates one sixth as fast, and its weight is less, one sixth of the old weight, so its weight is only 1.63 Newtons.

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 = Force ___________ This formula is from Newtons second law. acceleration

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

Force in Newtons, mass in kilograms and acceleration in meters per second squared.

force = mass x acceleration acceleration = force/mass

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