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Newton's second Law of Motion

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runzhi gu

on 10 February 2015

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Runzhi Gu
Newton's second Law of Motion and acceleration
1. This law only occurs the instant the force is upon the object.

2. The direction of the force and object is same.

3. If there are two direction of force, the final direction the object is moving will very.

4. Force is the cause of acceleration, acceleration is the effect of force. So force is the depended variable.

Specification of the law
25 December 1642 – 20 March 1726/7
Isaac Newton !!
Newton with apple
F = M A A = F/M

The vector sum of the forces F on an object is equal to the mass m of that object multiplied by the acceleration vector a of the object: F = ma. - Newton 1687
I don't understand this at first.....

wait I will explain it later

The second law it states that the acceleration is depended on the net force and the mass of the object. The acceleration is directly effected by the force upon the object and inversely effected by the upon the mass of the object.

Thanks for watching
He's most famous of the apple fall on
his head and started experimenting on

Also he punished the 3 law's of motion
on the "Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica"

F = Force
M= Mass
A= Acceleration
Force : It is the energy that is released

Mass: It's like the density, measure how heavy the object is. But it's diffrent from weight, there is a 9.8 g=9.8 m/s^2

Acceleration: The change of speed, a=v/t
Jt , Sergio
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