What is the relationship between the net force and the ccceleration of an object?the pulling forces from greatest to least for an object.
The Newton's second law relates the net force, acceleration and mass of an object, such that:
`bar F = m*bar a`
`bar F` represents the net force vector
m represents the mass of object
`bar a` represents the acceleration vector of object
The equation `bar F` = `m*bar a` implies the following relation between the net force and acceleration, with respect to the fact that net force and acceleration are both vectors, such that:
- the direction of the net force vector coincides with the direction of acceleration vector
- the magnitude of the net force vector is proportional to the magnitude of acceleration vector: `|bar F| ~~ |bar a|.`
Net force and acceleration are porportionate. Example: if the force of an object is applied to a 1 ton truck, then this will cause a 1 m/s/s acceleration. The formula that determines force is F-ma.