Newton's 2nd Law
Law of Force and Acceleration
What is Newton's 2nd Law
Newtons 2nd Law of Motion (Newton's Law of Force and Acceleration) states that an object will accelerate in the direction of an unbalenced force. If the force is balenced, nothing will change.
Acceleration means a change in velocity (speed and direction) over time.
Speeding up, slowing down, or changing direction are all examples of acceleration.
To calculate the amount of force being applied, use the formula: Force=Mass*Acceleration and remember that force is measured in Newtons (obviously named after Isaac Newton)