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a constant force is acting on a body. the mass if increases then its accelaration will?

a constant force is acting on a body. the mass if increases then its accelaration will?

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G Narayana Raju
51 Points
10 years ago

it decreases as the force is constant then (mass)(acc.)=constant.

then acc. is inversly proportional to mass.

nikhil arora
54 Points
10 years ago

the acceleration will decrease. thats because F=ma. if force is constant then if mass increases its accelration will have to decrease so that the product of mass and acceleration is constant and equal to magnitude of force acting on the object.

ankit agrawal
34 Points
10 years ago

F = ma

here F is constant

so, m = F/a

 m is proportional to 1/a

so, if mass increases, then its acceleration will decrease definitely.

 

 

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