Force, Acceleration and Mass

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  • Created on: 17-03-14 23:11
What is the unit of force?
Newtons
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Write the equation needed to calculate force if the mass and acceleration is known?
Force = mass x acceleration
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Rearrange to calculate mass.
Force ÷ acceleration = mass
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Rearrange to calculate acceleration.
Acceleration = force ÷ mass
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What is the force if the mass is 20kg and the acceleration is 80 m/s/s.
1600 (force) = 20 (mass) x 80 (acceleration)
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What is the force if the mass is 3.5 and the acceleration is 80 m/s/s.
280 (force) = 3.5 (mass) x 80 (acceleration)
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What is the force if the mass is 800 and the acceleration is 60 m/s/s.
48000 (force) = 800 (mass) x 60 (acceleration)
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What is the acceleration if the mass is 80kg and the force is 75N.
0.9 (acceleration) = 75 (force) ÷ 80 (mass)
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What is the mass if the force is 90N and the acceleration is 80 m/s/s.
1.125 (mass) = 90 (force) ÷ 80 (acceleration)
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What is the mass if the force is 20N and the acceleration is 80 m/s/s.
0.25 (mass) = 20 (force) ÷ 80 (acceleration)
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Write the equation needed to calculate force if the mass and acceleration is known?

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Force = mass x acceleration

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Rearrange to calculate mass.

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Rearrange to calculate acceleration.

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What is the force if the mass is 20kg and the acceleration is 80 m/s/s.

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