Give the relation between acceleration, mass and force.

The relation between acceleration, mass and force is given by:

F=ma

Force = Mass x acceleration

As per Newton’s second law of motion, acceleration is directly proportional to the force applied, provided the mass remains constant(F=ma).

  • The larger the force greater would be the acceleration.
  • Push on an object of a certain mass, and it accelerates based on the amount of force and mass.
  • A small force with a large mass results in a slow acceleration, and a large force with a small mass gives a fast acceleration.
  • What happens when there’s no force? A force of zero on any mass gives zero acceleration.

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