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Newton's Second Law Investigation

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An investigation on Newton's Second Law. The objective was to prove it through data collection, and then discuss the outcome, including types of error etc.

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Physics Physical quantities Mechanics Quantity Acceleration Gravimetry Classical mechanics Force G-force Mass Gravity of Earth Weight Isaac Newton
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Physics Physical quantities Mechanics Quantity Acceleration Gravimetry Classical mechanics Force G-force Mass Gravity of Earth Weight Isaac Newton
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“ Premise: The aim was to prove that the acceleration is equal to the force divided by the mass. The aim is linked to the equation that pertains to Newton’s Second law : F = ma Background Info: Isaac Newton's laws of motion were first set down in his ‘Principia Mathematica Philosophiae Naturalis’ in 1687. The second law explains how to calculate the value of a force. Force (measured in Newtons) is one of the fundamental physical properties of a system and comes in many forms. For example: - Frictional Force - Air resistance force - Gravitational Force - Magnetic Force - Spring Force Newton’s second law confirms that acceleration is directly proportional to force, and inversely proportional to mass. F is force, m is mass and a ...
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