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# Calculating Acceleration from Force and Mass

## The acceleration of an object equals the net force acting on it divided by its mass.

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## Calculating Acceleration from Force and Mass Section 3.6

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How to calculate acceleration from force and mass, and force from mass and acceleration.
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## Calculating Acceleration from Force and Mass

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## Field Goal Physics

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Discover how Newton's second law of motion and the concept of inertia apply to kicking a field goal in football.
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## Calculating Acceleration from Force and Mass

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These flashcards are here to help you better understand middle school physical science.
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