Newtons Second Law

Updated: 12/19/2019

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- Welcome To Science Class! :D
- I bet I can teach you about Newtons second law of motion!
- BET!
- Welcome To Science Class! :D
- In Newtons second law of motion it talks about how the acceleration of an object as produced by a net force is directly proportional to the magnitude of the net force, in the same direction as the net force, and inversely proportional to the mass of the object.
- WOW!
- It's basically saying that Newtons second law of motion Is based off this one equation
- F= MA
- Well what does F, M, and A stand for?
- F = Force
- M= Mass
- The Force of an object will always = its Mass x its Acceleration
- A = Acceleration
- I think Im Kind Of Understanding... but could I have an example
- F = Force
- M= Mass
- 1 m/s/s
- A = Acceleration
- 1,500kg
- Well lets say you have a car that's increasing at 1m/s/s and it weighs about 1,500kg, that means the force of the car would be a force of 1500N
- = 1,500 N
- So what if M, or A is doubled? Tripled? Halfed?
- F = Force
- M= Mass
- 3m/s/s
- 1,500kg
- A = Acceleration
- Then the total force would be doubled, tripled, or halved :D! Depending on which you do.
- = 4,500 N