## What is the force required to push a 5kg object to accelerate it with an acceleration of 2m s s?

The force needed, according to Newton’s Second Law will be the product of the bodys mass and its acceleration and in the same direction of the acceleration. So the magnitude of the force F= m*a = 5kg* 2m/s/s = 10 kg*m/s/s = 10 newtons.

## What is the force applied on a body with 5 kg of mass and an acceleration of 7 m/s 2?

On simplifying we get, F = ma. Therefore, Force = 5 x 7 = 35 N.

**How much does a 5 kg mass accelerate when a 10 N force is applied?**

F = ma (magnitude-wise) so if the force applied on the body is 10N, 10 N = 5 kg × a m/s², ‘a’ being the acceleration of the body, a = F/m = 10÷5 = 2 m/s².

**What is the force of 5kg?**

The gravitational force on a body of mass 5 kg at the surface of the earth is 50 N.

### What is the velocity of a 5.5 kg object that has a momentum of 550 kg * m s?

How much momentum does a 25 kg mass moving at 25 m/s have? How much momentum does a stationary 5500 kg mass have? What is the velocity of a 5.5 kg object that has a momentum of 550 kg·m/s? walking 0.20 m/s.

### What is the acceleration of a 5 kg object that is pushed by a force of 10 Newtons?

**What is the mass of a truck if it produces a force of 14000 N while accelerating at a rate of 5 m s2?**

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What is the mass of a truck if it is accelerating at a rate of 5 m/s2 and hits a parked car with a force fo 14,000 newtons? | M=14,000/5 M=2800 kg |

(2nd Law) An object’s acceleration decreases as the force on it increases. | False |

**What force is needed to accelerate a 5kg object at 6m/s^2?**

From Newton’s Second Law of Motion, the force needed to accelerate a moving object of mass m at acceleration a is given by ; Therefore, a force of 30N is needed to accelerate a 5kg object at 6m/s^2. The answer is [math] 30N[/math]. Thank you for your feedback! Your feedback is private.

## What is the force applied to an object for 2 meters?

Force is mass * acceleration. Mass is given (2 kg) and acceleration is given (5 m/s^2) So Force is 10 kg*m/s^2 or 10 newtons and is applied to the object for 2 meters.

## How do you calculate force from acceleration and mass?

F = mass × acceleration = 5 kg × 2 m/ s^2 = 10 kgm/s^2 = 10 newton. Force = 10N This is the answer if the force is acting in direction of velocity.

**What is the force required to accelerate an object from stationary?**

What is the force required to accelerate an object with a mass of 20 kg from stationary to 3 m/s 2? 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.