What is the acceleration of a body if a force of 0.05 N acts on it. Body mass 100g

F = 0.05 N.

m = 100 g = 0.1 kg.

a -?

According to 2 Newton’s law, the acceleration of a body a is directly proportional to the force F, which acts on the body, and is inversely proportional to its mass m: a = F / m.

This means that the number of times the force F, which acts on the body, increases, its acceleration will increase as many times. How many times the body weight increases, so many times its acceleration decreases.

a = 0.05 N / 0.1 kg = 0.5 m / s2.

Answer: the body will move with acceleration a = 0.5 m / s2.

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