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If the mass and acceleration of the volleyball are known, the force acting on it can be found using the above equation.

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Q: How does force equals mass x acceleration apply to volleyball?
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How does force equals mass x acceleration apply to ballistics?

This equation will tell you how much force is exerted by a bullet, for example, on a target.


Is this right force equals mass divided by acceleration?

No. Force = mass x acceleration.


What is needed to apply force to an object?

acceleration


What happens to acceleration when the mass and force are doubled?

Acceleration remains the same. Remember that Force equals Mass times Acceleration, or Acceleration equals Force divided by Mass. So, if both Force and Mass double, Force Divided by Mass remains the same.


What happens to the acceleration when mass and force are doubled?

Acceleration remains the same. Remember that Force equals Mass times Acceleration, or Acceleration equals Force divided by Mass. So, if both Force and Mass double, Force Divided by Mass remains the same.


What states that acceleration equals force divided by mass?

If: Newton's Second Law states that Force equals Mass times Acceleration. Then: Algebraically, Acceleration would equal Force divided by Mass


How are force and acceleration the same?

Force and acceleration are NOT the same. If you apply a net force to an object, it causes the object to accelerate. The amount of acceleration depends on the force and the mass of the object. Force = mass x acceleration.


What makes force?

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Force equals mass times what?

acceleration


Acceleration equals force divided by mass?

No


Force is equal to an object's acceleration multiplied by its?

F=ma Force equals its mass times its acceleration.


How does force summation apply to a volleyball serve?

force summation appiles to every sport

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