What Is the Equation for the Net External Force?

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The equation for net external force depends on the total mass and acceleration on the entire system of particles. In the simplest form, external force can be written as F=ma. The external force can take different forms, depending on electric or magnetic forces.
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F. net external. =m. total. a. of all. This only works if all the accelerations are equal.
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Force is given by product of mass of an object and force exerted on the object. Hence F=m*a where m= mass of object & a=acceleration on it.
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The equation for net force is: Fnet = m*a (Net force is equal to mass times
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