# science

what is the relation between force and acceleration

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1. FORCE = MASS X ACCELERATION

It's Newton's second law.

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2. so the relation between force and acceleration is that acceleration makes up force?

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3. No.

The relation is the equation.

Force is proportional to both mass and acceleration.

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