What is the definition of a "Newton meter"?

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Newton metre is the unit given to the tendency of any force to cause rotation of an object about a common axis. On Newton metre therefore refers to a force of one Newton that is applied to a one metre arm perpendicularly.
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Newton's second law of motion states that a "force" is something that "moves" an object. Technically, a force is equal to an object's mass multiplied by an object's
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new·ton-me·ter
[noot-n-mee-ter, nyoot-]
NOUN [PHYSICS.]
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