Newton's Second Law of Motion

By: Chantz Kelley

Newton's Second Law of Motion

"Newton's Second Law of Motion describes the effect of an unbalanced force on the motions of an object."
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This picture is an example of how a force is acted upon an object causing it to move. The young boy is pushing the girl that is in the little car. When the boy pushes on the car, it acts a force that will move the car the direction he is going towards.
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This picture is an example describing Newton's Second Law of Motion is simpler terms. The more force acted upon an object, the faster the object will move in that particular direction. In math terms, it would be set up as F=ma. The "F" would stand for force, the "m" for mass and the "a" for acceleration. This is how force is calculated.
Newtons second law