Is mass*acceleration =BIL (magnetic force *current *length )

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As we know force =mass*acceleration & force =BIL. Can we make this equation as ma=BIL?
 

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Depends on the situation.
 
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As we know force =mass*acceleration & force =BIL. Can we make this equation as ma=BIL?
That should be ##F_{net}=ma## and ##F_{MagneticForceOnWirePerpendicularToField}=BIL## so when ##F_{net}=F_{MagneticForceOnWirePerpendicularToField}## then ##ma=BIL##.

When you use a variable in physics you need to know what physical quantity it represents, not just the letter.
 
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