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mighty_power7 Said,
January 30th, 2011 @7:05 am  

yep, work = force times distance, so if you rearrange the equation for work in order to solve for force, then you get force = work divided by distance.

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DC D Said,
January 30th, 2011 @8:45 am  

Exademundo

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thayellowmonkey Said,
January 30th, 2011 @9:06 am  

F=MA force equals mass times acceleration.

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ktchops Said,
January 30th, 2011 @9:10 am  

force = mass times acceleration.

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stella646 Said,
January 30th, 2011 @9:15 am  

yes.

and also… force = mass X acceleration

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sarkartapas2005 Said,
January 30th, 2011 @10:05 am  

The formula for Force is massXaccelaration.It means that when apply force on a body of mass say “m” kg and could generate an accelaration of 1 m/sec^2,it is said that you have applied force of 1 Newton(named after the famous scientist Sir Isaac Newton) on the body.So whenever a force is applied,the body must move ith an accelaration,otherwise the force applied would be treated as zero.if your son pushes the wall of your room continuously for 24 hours,he would naturally not be able to move it.At the end of the day,thugh he will be exhausted ,we shall still have to say that he has not applied any fore.
The formula of forceis P=mf.where P is Force,m is mass of the body on which forc is applied and f is the acelaration generated.

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