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```Name:
Date:
Aim 15: How does Newton’s second law of motion describe how forces cause masses to accelerate?
The Second Law of Motion: The acceleration of an object depends upon the force acting on the
object and the mass of the object
A force is any action that can cause change or cause motion.
This 2nd law describes the behavior of objects when the forces
acting on the object are UNBALANCED, causing the object to
move.
How do we figure out the force, mass or acceleration of an object with the help of Newton’s 2nd law?
Formula:
F=
A=
M=
* As the mass of an object INCREASES, the acceleration DECREASES*
* How much force is required to accelerate an 1800 kg truck at 3 m/s2 on the moon? Show all work! *
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