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What is the formula for calculating acceleration? Acceleration There are a few.

The most famous is a = F/m, where F is the net force applied to a mass, m. Acceleration is also the... Popularity: 88 Tools: Recategorize What are the advantages and disadvantages of friction? In some situations, friction is very important and beneficial. There are many things that you could not do without the force of... Popularity: 43 Tools: Recategorize What is a motion for relief from stay in a chapter 7? When you file for bankruptcy, you are protected by the "automatic stay" which prohibits creditors from taking action to collect... Popularity: 42 Tools: Recategorize What is a Newton? Sir Isaac Newton's second law gives the concept of force in the formula: F = ma. This is read as, force equals mass times... Popularity: 35 Tools: Recategorize What are unbalanced forces? AnswerUnbalanced forces are forces that produce a non-zero net force, which changes an odject's motion. The result of an... Popularity: 26 Tools: Recategorize What is Another name for newtons first law of motion? Newton's first law of motion is also known as law of inertia. Popularity: 26 Tools: Recategorize Can an object have zero velocity and zero acceleration? I'm not a scientist, but the following seems reasonable to me. If your frame of reference is the earth's surface, then it seems... Popularity: 21 Tools: Recategorize What is the difference between kinetic energy mechanical energy and potential energy?

Potential energy is energy that has the potential to be moved. Kinetic energy is energy in motion. eg. Potential energy could be... Popularity: 21 Tools: Recategorize What happens when one object exerts a force on another? Force on an object When one object applies a force to another object, the one guarantee is that there is going to be an equal and... Popularity: 20 Tools: Recategorize What are the kinds of force? The forces, from strongest to weakest, are Srong Nuclear Force Electro-magnetic force Weak Nuclear Force Gravitational Force ... Popularity: 20 Tools: Recategorize What is the Newton's First Law of Motion-Equilibrium? Newton's First law of motion states that everybody continues or tends to be in its state of rest, or of uniform motion, unless it... Popularity: 20 Tools: Recategorize What are the applications of newton's second law of motion? Newton's 2nd law state that the rate of momentum is proportional to the impressed force & the change in momentum takes place... Popularity: 19 Tools: Recategorize What is eqiulibrium of concurrent force system? AnswerA concurrent force is a force that acts through the same point. When it is in equilibrium all the forces are balanced so... Popularity: 19 Tools: Recategorize What are the applications of oscillatory motion in technology or where can the applications of oscillatory motion be seen? the car tire....damped oscillation How about a speaker? When you apply signal to it, the cone oscillates in and out. Popularity: 19 Tools: Recategorize What mirror is used in automobiles for rear view is it concave mirror dr talwalkar talwalkardataone.in?

The kind of mirror used in the rear-view mirror must be convex mirrors, because it creates smaller, yet still upright images.... Popularity: 18 Tools: Recategorize What is Newton's first law of motion? Newton's first law of motion is the law of inertia. There are basically "two parts" to the law of inertia. The first part says... Popularity: 17 Tools: Recategorize Which newtons law of motion should be used for the example of a fuel in a rocket ignites the force of the gas expansion pushes out the back of the rocket and pushes the rocket forward? Newton's third law of motion can be used. This law of motion states that any force has an equal and opposite force. This can be... Popularity: 17 Tools: Recategorize What is the relationship between inertia and mass? Inertia is a property of matter that resists changes in an object's motion. An object's inertia is directly proportional to its... Popularity: 16 Tools: Recategorize What is the formula that describes the vertical motion of a horseshoe pitched in the air from an initial height of 3 feet that reaches a height of 11 feet after 2 seconds and then falls to earth? Before we begin, you should know that the 11-foot height achieved after two seconds is NOT necessarily the maximum height... Popularity: 15 Tools: Recategorize What are some examples of acceleration? acceleration is said to occur when a body experiences a change in velocity in a specified interval of time, for eg., suppose... Popularity: 14 Tools: Recategorize Formula for velocity? Below are all formulas for average velocity, which is useless if you have something that has acceleration and/or starts at a... Popularity: 14 Tools: Recategorize

How can you make a working model of Newton's third law of motion? Blow up a balloon and then release it. As if flies around it is following Newton's Third Law of Motion. Play a game of snooker. ... Popularity: 13 Tools: Recategorize How do you calculate velocity? Answergiven distance- 200km time-5 hours speed- distance/time 200/5 40km/hr Divide distance by time for speed Divide speed... Popularity: 13 Tools: Recategorize What is the definition of motion in physics? In physics, motion means a continuous change in the position of a body relative to a reference point, as measured by a particular... Popularity: 12 Tools: Recategorize When was the first simple machine invented? The first time a lever was used when the cave men were using a stick to raise a rock out of the ground. However, some simple... Popularity: 11 Tools: Recategorize If we apply Newton's first law of motion to a ball being thrown in the vacuum of space with a force will the ball move infinitely? Sort of. But if the ball passes withing any appreciable distance of a black hole, star, planet, planetary body, moon, comet,... Popularity: 11 Tools: Recategorize Everyday situation exhibit newton's first law of motion? Popularity: 11 Tools: Recategorize Cars have engine displacement measured in cc What is this cc? A cc is one cubic centimeter.An engine measurement in cc is the total of the volumes displaced by the cylinders of the engine... Popularity: 11 Tools: Recategorize What are the entry requirements for the university of ghana law school?

first of all it is important to distinguish between university of ghana law faculty and the ghana school of law. the former,... Popularity: 11 Tools: Recategorize What is momentum? Momentum is generally thought of as a term that describes the energy of a moving mass. It takes into account the mass of an... Popularity: 10 Tools: Recategorize What is the difference between gravitational acceleration and the force of gravity? One is an acceleration, measured in distance/time^2 The other is a force, measured in mass x acceleration Popularity: 9 Tools: Recategorize Explain what causes the path of a projectile to be curved? Example: bullet fired from gun. If you aim horizontally to the ground, gravity will cause the bullet to fall. Once the bullet... Popularity: 9 Tools: Recategorize Why does water pressure increase with depth? At sea level, Earth's atmosphere pushes down with about 14 pounds of pressure per every square inch. This is because the gasses... Popularity: 8 Tools: Recategorize What is the formula for calculating magnitude of velocity? |v| = vx |v| = Sqrt(vx2 + vy2) |v| = Sqrt(vx2 + vy2 + vz2) Popularity: 8 Tools: Recategorize How do you find the velocity ratio of a pulley? To find the velocity ratio of a pulley, you must first find the effort and load distances. then you divide the two and there you... Popularity: 8 Tools: Recategorize What is the value for the acceleration of gravity for earth? 1. what value is assigned to the acceleration due to gravity on earth? The acceleration of gravity on earth is 9.8 meters per...

Popularity: 8 Tools: Recategorize What is mass times velocity? Mass * Velocity, mv, is the formula for momentum.Extended:This article goes over how E=mv was derived, and experimental evidence... Popularity: 8 Tools: Recategorize Why do action-reaction forces never cancel each other out? Because, as Sir Isaac Newton was kind enough to point out...for every action there is an equal and OPPOSITE reaction. They... Popularity: 8 Tools: Recategorize If a moving body has no acceleration does it mean that no force is acting on it? It means there is no net force acting on it.A plane in the air has no acceleration, but it does have forces acting on it.Lift... Popularity: 8 Tools: Recategorize What is the rate at which velocity changes? Acceleration is the rate at which velocity changes. When velocity is decreasing, sometimes the word "deceleration" is used... Popularity: 7 Tools: Recategorize What simple machine is stairs? An inclined plane Popularity: 7 Tools: Recategorize What is newtons law of cooling? ANWSER-The rate of fall of temp of the body is directly proportional to the temp difference between the body and its surrounding,... Popularity: 6 Tools: Recategorize Is it possible for a body to have zero velocity and non-zero acceleration? Yes, but only instantaneously. Consider a thrown ball moving directly upward. At the highest point of its trajectory, the... Popularity: 6 Tools: Recategorize

Equals 1000 watts? 1 kilowatt = 1000 watts Popularity: 6 Tools: Recategorize Why does a gun recoil when it is fired? Newton's 3rd Law which basically states, 'For every action there is an equal, and opposite, reaction' The recoil is the opposite... Popularity: 6 Tools: Recategorize Who discovered the laws of motion? It was Sir Isaac Newton (1642-1727), English mathematician and physicist, who set down the laws of motion. Popularity: 5 Tools: Recategorize What is the formula for impulse? Impulse = Force multiplied by time. Popularity: 5 Tools: Recategorize What is the law of inertia? The law of inertia is the basis of the new physics of the seventeenth century. This law is also true according to modern physics.... Popularity: 5 Tools: Recategorize How come the newtons first law is useful in bowling? A bowling ball is harder to get moving and harder to stop than a hollow rubber ball of the same size. The bowling ball is also... Popularity: 5 Tools: Recategorize What are some examples of Newton's first second and third laws? 1. "Objects in motion remain in motion unless acted upon by an external force." - Basically, objects that are moving in one... Popularity: 5 Tools: Recategorize Are kinematics equations used only by physicists and people who work in space?

No, it is also used by students taking Physics and their professors. You can use kinematics to find a shortcut (resultant vector)... Popularity: 5 Tools: Recategorize What does newton's law of gravitaton's formula mean? Newton's formula for gravitation law is:F = G m1 m2 r-2, where:F - force of attraction between two bodies,G - gravitatonal... Popularity: 5 Tools: Recategorize What is the resulting acceleration when a 300 N net force acts on an object with a mass of 3000 kilograms? F=m*a a=F/m = 300N/3000kg=0.1m/s^2 Popularity: 5 Tools: Recategorize A cyclist and her bike have a combine mass of 60 kg the net forward force on them is 180 N What is her acceleration? F = M A A = F / M = 180/60 = 3 meters per second2 Popularity: 5 Tools: Recategorize The only examples of technology that perate based from the newtons first law of motion? Popularity: 4 Tools: Recategorize How do you explain airbags using newton's laws? it is actually using newton's 2nd law: Now, F=mv/t; in an air bag it basically increases t since v and m cannot be controlled. v... Popularity: 4 Tools: Recategorize What are examples of inertia? When something is acted upon by an outside force so it would be like if you are swinging and a ball is thrown at you, you slow... Popularity: 4 Tools: Recategorize How do you solve for efficiency? vague question. Efficiency in terms of energy = useful energy/total energy x 100 vague question. Efficiency in terms of... Popularity: 4 Tools: Recategorize

How do you construct working models in physics? what the tts wt im searchin for!!!!!! I believe only one working model cannot be constructed in physics - that of the universe... Popularity: 4 Tools: Recategorize What are examples of newton's second law? A common example is a person up to bat in a game, such as cricket or baseball. A particular player has a maximum strength that... Popularity: 4 Tools: Recategorize How much force is required to move an object of mass 2kg on a floor with negligible friction to a distance of 5m? If friction is negligible, then it requires force only to start an object moving, but no force to keep it moving. You could... Popularity: 4 Tools: Recategorize Which term is defined as the size of the force muliplied by the distance through which the force acts? Work W. The dot product of Force and Distance through which the force acts is called Work . W=F.d Popularity: 4 Tools: Recategorize Does speed increase when the net force is opposite to the direction of motion? When the net force on a body is in the opposite direction to the motion of the body the speed of the body will never increase... Popularity: 4 Tools: Recategorize What a important word for newton's first law? Inertia. Popularity: 4 Tools: Recategorize What is value of gravitational acceleration? 9.8 or 10. Popularity: 4 Tools: Recategorize

What is the formula for force and its components? Force = Mass x acceleration. The four components of force are: magnitude, direction, point of application, and line of... Popularity: 3 Tools: Recategorize When did Isaac Newton come up with his first law of motion? Around 1687. Popularity: 3 Tools: Recategorize Equation for power? The big power Formulas: Formula 1 - Electrical (electric) power equation: Power P = I V = R I2 = V2 R where power P is... Popularity: 3 Tools: Recategorize What is the equation for work? Equation For Work: Work (J) = F x D F = Force (N), D = Distance (m) Popularity: 3 Tools: Recategorize Why does Newton's first law of motion relate to roller coasters? Newton's first law of motion states that an object in motion tends to stay in motion. This is what keeps the roller coaster... Popularity: 3 Tools: Recategorize What unit is to measure amplitude? We need a length or distance measurement here. The unit is meter or a part of it, like centimeter, millimeter. Popularity: 3 Tools: Recategorize What is limiting friction? The maximum friction that can be generated between two static surfaces in contact with each other. Once a force applied to the... Popularity: 3 Tools: Recategorize How is newtons first law of law of motion demonsrated in the game of golf?

Newton's first law states that every object that is moving will continue moving at constant speed in a straight line untill an... Popularity: 3 Tools: Recategorize What is concurrent forces? Concurrent forces have a point in common (intersect). Popularity: 3 Tools: Recategorize How do you calculate the velocity? Displacement/time* * * * *Velocity is a vector so the direction of displacement needs to be specified. Popularity: 3 Tools: Recategorize How did Isaac Newton's first law affect or impact today's society? the last person who edited this didnt stay on the topic so if i find out i will tell you. Popularity: 3 Tools: Recategorize Why Newton's first law of motion is also called the law of inertia? Popularity: 3 Tools: Recategorize What type of material absorbs sound best? Rubber foam is exceptional at absorbing sound. Popularity: 3 Tools: Recategorize In the formula aFnetm Fnet stands for what? To be abrupt: Net Force Fnet is the sum of all forces involved. For example, if the force of gravity and the applied force are... Popularity: 3 Tools: Recategorize What is Force multiplied by velocity? That is how you calculate thrust. FV=T Force, Velocity, Thrust. Popularity: 3 Tools: Recategorize What are the conditions of equilibrium for a body acted upon by concurrent forces? The sum of the vectors of the forces must be zero.

Popularity: 3 Tools: Recategorize How much horsepower does it take to escape earth's gravity? Escape from Earth's (or any other planet's) gravity is dependent on reaching the escape speed for that gravity field. In the case... Popularity: 3 Tools: Recategorize What force or forces act on a comet? The forces acting on a comet are the gravitational forces attracting it to the sun, and to any other body in the solar system... Popularity: 3 Tools: Recategorize How much force is exerted per footstep? In normal walking, it should be about equal to your weight spread over the square area of contact with the ground. Hence an 80 kg... Popularity: 3 Tools: Recategorize What are two examples of newtons first law other than a ball at rest? Newton's first law basically says that an object in motion that is not acted on by any other forces will stay in motion and an... Popularity: 3 Tools: Recategorize What sports use the newton's first law? SoccerBowling also. Newton's first law states that an object in motion will remain in motion unless acted on by an outside force;... Popularity: 3 Tools: Recategorize If the coefficient of static friction is 0.3 how much more force is needed to lift the object than start it sliding? for lifting the object there is no role of friction,but of air friction.since no info,. is given about it so air friction =... Popularity: 3 Tools: Recategorize What one of Newton's laws of motions is associated with this formulae f equals ma? Second Popularity: 3 Tools: Recategorize

What doesNewton's second laws of motion state? Force equals mass times acceleration, F= ma. Popularity: 3 Tools: Recategorize Does banking of road has anything to do with frictional force on the vehicle? Not exactly. It simply redirects the friction to more oppose gravity, so that vehicles may have a higher velocity through a curve... Popularity: 3 Tools: Recategorize What do it means when they say balanced forces? It means that when you add up all the forces in the balanced group, along with their directions, they add up to zero, exactly as... Popularity: 3 Tools: Recategorize How do you calculate net force is acting on the mass along the incline? Just add up all the forces, which in this case is: Ft = Fg + Fn + FD + Ff where Ft is the total force, Fg is the force due to... Popularity: 3 Tools: Recategorize How much force is needed to get a 200 g block moving if the coefficient of friction between the block and the surface below is 0.4 static and 0.35 kinetic? F= M*g*Us or (Force needed) = (Mass of object) * (Gravitational field strength)* (Coefficient of Static Friction) F (N)= .2... Popularity: 3 Tools: Recategorize What is a force in Newton's second law of motion? What you have to apply to get something to move, for example. What you have to provide to prevent something falling, for example.... Popularity: 3 Tools: Recategorize Can a acceleration be zero while several forces are acting on the body? Yes, if all the forces vector sum to zero then there is no acceleration. For example if a you push on sled with 10 pounds and... Popularity: 3 Tools: Recategorize

Why should the initial angle of displacement for a simple pendulum be small? If the initial angle of displacement for a simple pendulum is small, the sin( ) term of the differential equation that describes... Popularity: 3 Tools: Recategorize How do you increase the angular velocity of a rotating object? Angular velocity just means how fast it's rotating. You want more angular velocity, just rotate it faster or decrease the radius... Popularity: 3 Tools: Recategorize How can we dance while your earth keeps turning? In the same manner that we sleep while our beds are burning. Popularity: 3 Tools: Recategorize How could Newton's third law of motion be derived from Newton's second law of motion? To describe Newton's third law of motion from Newton's second law, let us consider an isolated system of two bodies A & B... Popularity: 3 Tools: Recategorize How can the unit of upthrust can be derived? Upthrust is the upward or buoyant force acting on an object in a liquid. It is a force, and so has the units of force. This is... Popularity: 3 Tools: Recategorize

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