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relation between force and acceleration

relation between force and acceleration

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11 Answers

mohit yadav
54 Points
10 years ago

f=ma

Sandeep Trivedi
15 Points
10 years ago

force = mass multiplied by accleration

           i.e.

     F = m a

Divyansh Singhvi
20 Points
10 years ago

F=mass* acceleration

POTU GANESH YADAV
33 Points
10 years ago

Force propotional to Acceleraiton

Sushant Kumar Sinha
24 Points
10 years ago
force is directly proportional to acceleration.
naveen
35 Points
10 years ago
f=ma i..e.,force is directly proportional to acceleration
sivakrishna
37 Points
9 years ago
we know that F=ma from these we can derive that Both force and acceleration are proportional to each other
haranadhnvk
39 Points
9 years ago
Force=mass*accleration if it is only for horizontal.if it is vertical we consider accleration as gravitional acceleration.
Aiman Saad Baig
39 Points
9 years ago
The relation between force and acceleration is than, Force is the product of mass and acceleration. In mathematical formula it is expressed as F = ma, where, F = Force, m= Mass, a= Acceleration.
Indu
47 Points
9 years ago
F = ma, where F = force, m = mass, a = acceleration.
SREE NIGAMADITYA NIMMAGADDA
35 Points
9 years ago
From newtons 2 nd law , F = ma , where m is mass And a is acceleration, That implys acceleration is force / mass I.e a= f/m.

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