Recent questions in Newton's Second Law

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Branson Murillo 2023-03-10

The acceleration of an object is inversely proportional to the net force applied to it, and directly proportional to the mass of the object. A)True; B)False

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Jaelyn Mueller 2023-02-27

The resistance to change the state of motion depends on the ___ of an object.

A)Size;

B)temperature;

C)volume;

D)mass

A)Size;

B)temperature;

C)volume;

D)mass

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Nathanial Frost 2023-02-18

Why does the temperature remain constant during boiling?

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osadczyttq 2023-01-26

A ball is thrown vertically upwards with a velocity of $49m/s$. Calculate the maximum height to which it rises.

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doctorfinger1ci 2023-01-22

A stone falls from a cliff and travels $24.5m$ in the last second before it reaches the ground at the foot of the clif. Find the height of the cliff. ($g=9.8m{s}^{-2}$)

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Anabella Gilbert 2023-01-18

If there is a nonzero net force acting on an object, what is happening to the motion of that object?

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Taniyah Hartman 2022-12-30

What is the si base unit of force

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Anabella Gilbert 2022-12-24

Motion is the change of location or position of an object with time relative to an observer. True or false

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Delaney Escobar 2022-12-23

A car accelerates uniformly from 5m/s to 10m/s in 5 sec a. Calculate the acceleration b. The distance covered by the car in that time

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animeagan0o8 2022-12-21

What are Gs? And why do they increase with speed?

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n3g2r46z 2022-12-20

Which best describes what occurs when a body accelerates?

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Yaretzi Hendrix 2022-12-19

There is a correlation between temperature and kinetic energy of particles?

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Tordellilgn 2022-12-18

Find the y velocity ${v}_{y}(x,t)$ of a point on the string as a function of x and t

Express the y velocity in terms of $\omega ,A,k,x$ and t

Express the y velocity in terms of $\omega ,A,k,x$ and t

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Ximena Harrell 2022-12-14

SI unit of force is $kgm{s}^{-2}$. This unit is also known as?

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RyszardsJh 2022-12-03

What happens to the impetus when two objects collide?

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Marques Flynn 2022-12-01

A ball is thrown vertically upwards with an initial velocity of 27.0 m/s. Neglecting air resistance, how long is the ball in the air?What is the greatest height reached by the ball? Calculate the first time where the ball has half of its initial velocity.

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Davion Griffith 2022-11-29

Give an example of kinetic energy

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Will Osborn 2022-11-28

Mechanical waves need a medium for propagation.

A. False

B.True

A. False

B.True

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Poklekom5zc 2022-11-27

The speed of an object in a particular direction is called

Before you start solving Newton's second law practice problems or explore various equations for your lab report or specific course, it's essential to learn the theory. In basic terms, it says that the speed an object gain is taking place when a certain force has an effect on a mass, which is also represented by an object. For example, when we ride a bike, we can see how the force is applied. The bike represents the mass. The force that we apply is what provides an effect. You can take a look at similar questions as you explore Newton's second law examples based on laboratory tests and experiments. The other example of Newton's Second Law is the difference between pushing an empty mall cart compared to the one that's filled.