Newton’s second law is f = m a where f is the net force with standard si units of newtons (n), m is

Newton’s second law is f = m a where f is the net force with standard si units of newtons (n), m is the mass with standard si units of kilograms (kg), and a is the acceleration with standard si units of meters per second per second (m/s^2). an experiment

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