Newton's Second Law
Newton's Second Law PHY 11030-011
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Date Created: 05/20/16
NEWTON’S SECOND LAW ● an object’s change in motion (acceleration) is directly proportional to applied force ● an object’s change in motion (acceleration) is inversely proportional to the object’s mass ● mass is just a measure of inertia, an object’s stubbornness or resistance to change in its motion ● a = f/m ● mass is a property of the object ● force is an outside influence on the object ● weight is an example or special case of force ● this is why everything falls alike = all objects have the same law of weight/mass
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