1.2.1- Force

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How do you calculate the net force?
net force= mass X accleration
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What is always true about the net force and acceleration?
The net force and acceleration always act in the same direction
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Define the newton
The newton is the force that will give a 1kg mass of acceleration of 1ms-2 in the direction of the force
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What is 1 newton equal to ? [ e.g the units ]
1N= 1kg ms-2
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What is the special theory of relativity?
The special theory of relativity states that F=ma cannot be used for a particle travelling at very high speeds /speeds approaching the speed of light.
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What is always true about the net force and acceleration?

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The net force and acceleration always act in the same direction

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Define the newton

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What is 1 newton equal to ? [ e.g the units ]

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