Ignoring friction and air resistance, it would require a force of 30 Newtons.
F = M A = (6) x (2) = 12 newtons
9.8 meters per second each second = 9.8 m/s2.
Depens on the amount of gravity. On Earth, they accelerate at about 9.8 meters per square second.
If you divide the meters by the seconds, you get the average speed. But that would be in meters / second, not in meters per second squared, which is a unit of acceleration.
F = M a 15 = M (1.5) M = 15 / 1.5 = 10 kilograms
The acceleration is expressed in meters per second square, which really means (meters / second) / second. Every second, the skydiver will be 10 meters per second faster than the previous second. Therefore, after 3 seconds, he will have a speed of 30 meters per second.
9.8 meters per second squared.
No. Both will accelerate at about 1.6 meters per second square.
Newton's Second Law of Motion states that Force equals the product of mass and acceleration. Thus, the force required to accelerate a 200 kg object 15 meters per second squared equals 200*15. This is equivalent to 300 Newtons.