# How do you deduce acceleration?

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1. Sep 13, 2017

### Joo Sung

(Mentor note) This thread was moved from another forum, hence no homework template.

How do you deduce initial acceleration just from B, L, M, and I? (Telsa, length, mass, and current)

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2. Sep 13, 2017

### Staff: Mentor

What can you tell us about how these quantities are related? If you can find a way to get a force then you have the means to get the acceleration of some object.

3. Sep 13, 2017

### Joo Sung

I do not have an idea of how they are related... and I can't seem to figure out the formulas for how acceleration is derived from

4. Sep 13, 2017

### Staff: Mentor

Is this a homework assignment? What grade level? of what course or project?

5. Sep 13, 2017

### Joo Sung

It is a homework assignment. I'm on my IB course as grade 11.

6. Sep 13, 2017

### Staff: Mentor

Okay so I'm going to move this thread to our homework forum.

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