How The Mass And Force Affect The Acceleration Of An Object

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Scientific Report | Newton’s Second Law Title: How the mass and force affect the acceleration of an object. Aim: To test Newton’s seconds law if whether changing the mass or the force affects the acceleration of an object or a trolley in this case to increase or decrease. Introduction: Newton’s laws of motion are three physical laws that describe the connection between a body and the different forces acting upon it, as well as its motion in response to those forces. Isaac Newton developed Galileo’s ideas further and developed three law of motions. Newton’s First Law of Motion states that an object at rest with remain this way unless if it affected by a force. Also if an object that is moving will continue at the same speed as well as the same direction until an unbalanced force acts upon it. An example of unbalance force is when a scooter is being driven, the friction and air resistance is going at it, the weight of the scooter is keeping the weight on the ground, the reaction force is going up and the thrust of the scooter going forward. The force’s tendency to resist any change in motion is called an object’s inertia. Newton’s Second Law of Motion states that an object will keep on accelerating in the direction of an unbalance force acting upon it. The mass of the object and the size of the force acting depends upon the size of the acceleration., F_net=m x a, is the formula to work out the total amount of force acting upon an object. This formula can be
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