Table of Contents

- 1 When a force of 1 newton acts on a 1 kg body?
- 2 When a force of 1 newton acts on a mass of 1 kg which is able to move freely the object moves in the direction of force with a an?
- 3 When a force of 1 newton acts on a body of mass 1 kg the body receives an acceleration of?
- 4 When 1 N force acts on a body of mass 1 gram The body received an acceleration of *?
- 5 What is called if a force of 1 newton acts on a body and moves it through a distance of 1 m?
- 6 When a force of 1N acts on a mass of 1 kg that is free to move the object moves with an acceleration of 1’m sq m?
- 7 How do you calculate work done by a 10kg force?
- 8 What is newton’s second law of motion?

## When a force of 1 newton acts on a 1 kg body?

One newton is that force which when acting on a body of mass 1 kg, produces an acceleration of 1 m s-2 in the direction of force.

### When a force of 1 newton acts on a mass of 1 kg which is able to move freely the object moves in the direction of force with a an?

So the net force applied to a body produces a proportional acceleration. Option B is correct. When a force of $1$ newton acts on a mass of $1kg$ that is able to move freely, the object moves with an acceleration of $1m{s^{ – 2}}$.

**How do you calculate Newton force?**

The force formula is defined by Newton’s second law of motion: Force exerted by an object equals mass times acceleration of that object: F = m ⨉ a. To use this formula, you need to use SI units: Newtons for force, kilograms for mass, and meters per second squared for acceleration.

**How do you find acceleration using Newton’s second law?**

Summary

- According to Newton’s second law of motion, the acceleration of an object equals the net force acting on it divided by its mass, or a=Fm.
- This equation for acceleration can be used to calculate the acceleration of an object when its mass and the net force acting on it are known.

## When a force of 1 newton acts on a body of mass 1 kg the body receives an acceleration of?

Acceleration of 1m/s2.

### When 1 N force acts on a body of mass 1 gram The body received an acceleration of *?

Given : F=1 N, m=1 g=10-3kg . F=ma⇒a=Fm=110-3=103ms-2 .

**What is 1 Newton force?**

In plain English, 1 newton of force is the force required to accelerate an object with a mass of 1 kilogram 1 meter per second per second. A newton (N) is the international unit of measure for force.

**How do you find velocity from force?**

F = m * (v/t), where “m” is the mass of the object, “v” is the desired velocity and t = Time.

## What is called if a force of 1 newton acts on a body and moves it through a distance of 1 m?

When a force of 1 newton moves an object through a distance of 1 m in its own direction then the work done is known as 1 J. 1 joule= 1 newton × 1 metre. 1 J = 1 N m. The S.I unit of work is joule. 2.

### When a force of 1N acts on a mass of 1 kg that is free to move the object moves with an acceleration of 1’m sq m?

Acceleration of 10ms−2.

**What is the velocity of a 10 kg body?**

A body of mass that is 10 kg is moving with a velocity of 15 m per second. What force is required to stop it in 3 seconds? s = ut + ½ at^2 ….

**How do you calculate the force of a Newton?**

F = m * a. F = 20 kg * 3 m/s 2. F = 60 N. Newtons are a derived unit, equal to 1 kg-m/s². In other words, a single Newton is equal to the force needed to accelerate one kilogram one meter per second squared.

## How do you calculate work done by a 10kg force?

A force acting on a object of 10kg changes its velocity from 54km/h to 90km/h. How do you calculate the work done by the force? .·. Initial kinetic energy of object E1 = ½ mu²= ½ x 10× (15)^2=75×5 .·. Loss in kinetic energy = E1 – E2 = 375J-3125J A body of mass that is 10 kg is moving with a velocity of 15 m per second.

### What is newton’s second law of motion?

Newton’s second law states that force is proportional to what is required for an object of constant mass to change its velocity. This is equal to that object’s mass multiplied by its acceleration.