In physics, we can find the amount of force needed to push or pull an object by multiplying the object’s mass by the object’s acceleration. The units of force are called Newtons.

    force = mass × acceleration

       F = ma

 

Find the amount of force it takes to push Jeff’s race car if the mass of the race car is 750 kg and the acceleration is 2.5 es001-1.jpg
The amount of force needed to push Jeff’s race car is ____
Newtons.
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F=ma=750*2.5=1875 Newtons.
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