ASVAB Physical Science 4.3

ASVAB Physical Science 4.3. Holding force constant, if mass increases, then acceleration will do what?

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force constant If mass increases than acceleration will do what

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And hear the essential answers i increase your contract Well

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if you're a connoisseur of shmoop physics videos well you

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already know that isaac newton's second law states that force

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equals mass times acceleration And if you haven't watched that

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video yet come on give it a shot We make

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jokes about fig newtons it's some of our best material

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Really So what happens if mass increases and four stays

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the same Well let's take a look Say we have

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a force of eight newton's that's right The old guy

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has his own unit of measurement named after him That's

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What you get when you're one of the most important

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people in science ever and let's say the mass equals

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four grams Well in order for the math toe work

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the acceleration has to equal two meters per second squared

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Now if we increase the master eight grams and force

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remains the same at eight newton's acceleration has to decrease

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well in this case and go down a one meter

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per second squared So the correct answer is b Yeah

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