How Is Force Measured?


Force is measure by the units of mass times the distance per time squared. In the United States we often use the pound as a unit of force. This source of unit causes much confusion. You can find more information here:
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Force is measured in unit Newton. This unit is used in honor of scientist Newton. It is force required to accelerate unit mass for a distance. It is standard SI unit used worldwide.
1 Understand the relationship between force, mass, and acceleration. The force of an object is simply the product of its mass and acceleration. This relationship can be defined by
Newtons(N) I think. And this thing with a spring with it , I suppose!
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Force is measured by a unit that is called Newtons. If it is a Britain force it would be measured in pounds. A force is a push or a pull.
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