newtons 2nd law of motion??
im doin a project and i need answers from ppl who KNOW!!! asap!
1.examples to when law applies to everyday situations
2.how does the law relate to forces??
if u get it from a website that would b great if u gave me it to!!!!!!
REMEBER ITS THE 2ND LAW!
- Amy FLv 51 decade agoFavorite Answer
Newton's Second Law states that F = ma, read "Force equals mass times acceleration". It relates to forces because it dictates the effect that a given force will have on a given object.
A commonly given example of Newton's Second Law relates to cars. The law can be rearranged to read a = F/m. A heavier car (higher m) accelerates more slowly, but a car with a more powerful engine (higher F) accelerates more quickly.Source(s): Sorry, no website. I got this explanation out of a college physics class.