"second law of motion" .. "F=Force, M=Mass, A=Acceleration" question 1. In set A. with the same mass of the ball (m) what happened to the acceleration (a) as the force (F) is increased twice .. how do you explain that?

thank pala .. pero . yan ba talaga .. tinigna muna yung ball ng set a


Forc e was guided by the gravity down so it will increase in motion but if you do it fast with accelaration it will be increase by three times

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