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F=ma

F=ma

Author: Clive Gibson
Description:

To be able to

  1. Calculate the resultant force using mass and acceleration.
  2. Calculate the mass of an object using the resultant force and its acceleration.
  3. Calculate the acceleration of an object using its mass and resultant force.

A look at the equation derived from Newton's 2nd Law, F=ma

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Tutorial

What to do:

  1. Watch the video about how resultant force is related to mass and acceleration.
  2. Answer the quick questions using the google form.

Source: Clive Gibson

F=ma video

A lesson on the use of Newton's 2nd law in terms of the equation F=ma.

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Quick questions

Source: Clive Gibson