Instrument Used to Measure Forces?

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We use a Dynamometer or force gauge to measure force. A dynamometer is a load sensor with display and is mounted on a test stand or directly fixed to the stand upon which the force to be measured is subjected. A force has both magnitude and direction making, it a vector quantity.
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