Newton's Second Law

The relationship between force, mass and acceleration
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If one object has more inertia than another more ________ required to give that object the same acceleration as the first

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The amount of force you must apply depends on the ______ of the object

if you want an object to accelerate at some specific rate such as 5 m/s2

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If you have an object with twice the mass of another one you must use _______ the force to get the same acceleration for the first object

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If you have an object with three times the mass of another one you must use _______ the force to get the same acceleration for the first object

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Newton's Second Law Formula

(1) transparent = (2) transparent (3) transparent

where F is force, m is mass, a is acceleration

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Is mass a vector or a scalar?

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Which would require a greater force

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