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Q: What is the relationship between mass and acceleration?

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acceleration = net force /mass

The relationship is given by Newton's Second Law: F=ma (force = mass x acceleration).

Force = mass * acceleration or F = ma.

The relationship between acceleration and mass is that force = mass x acceleration. This is also known as F=ma and is derived from Newton's Second Law. This is because acceleration is directly proportional to the net force acting on a body. The acceleration of an object is also inversely proportional to the mass of that object but in free fall the acceleration is independent of the mass - on the Earth it is always 9.81ms-1.

If mass is doubled when applied force is kept constant, acceleration is halved. F = ma m = F/a (this rearragement shows the inverse relationship between mass and acceleration)

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well the relationship between mass and force is..........*relationship... Force=mass x acceleration

Force = mass [times] acceleration.

acceleration = net force /mass

Acceleration is force divided by mass.

force= mass times acceleration

i think... acceleration is constant but im not sure

force is a product of mass and acceleration

Acceleration = force/mass

Force = mass x acceleration; here mass is the object mass

The relationship is given by Newton's Second Law: F=ma (force = mass x acceleration).

F=m•A Force=mass•acceleration

Force in Newtons = mass in kilograms * acceleration ( can be gravitational acceleration )F = maThe mathematical relationship between force and acceleration is directly proportional.

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