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If an object has an acceleration of 1.0m/s and net force is 2.0N what is the weight?
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The formula for calculating force from acceleration is F = m x a, where F is force, m is mass, and a is acceleration.
The weight of an object is directly proportional to its mass. This means that as the mass of an object increases, its weight also increases.
Yes, the weight of an object can change depending on its location. The weight of an object is affected by the force of gravity, which can vary depending on the gravitational pull of a planet or other celestial body.
The unit of measurement for weight is newtons (N), while the unit for mass is kilograms (kg). It is important to note that weight is a measurement of force, while mass is a measurement of the amount of matter in an object.
Acceleration does not directly affect the weight of an object. However, it does play a role in calculating the force exerted on an object, which can then be used to determine its weight. An object will weigh more if it experiences a greater force of acceleration, such as during a free fall or when being pushed or pulled.