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# Newton's Second Law

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

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## Newton's Second Law S.6.6.3 (MS-PS2-2)

Newton's second law of motion and the effects of force and mass on acceleration. Direct and inverse relationships between force, mass and acceleration.
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## 뉴턴의 제2법칙

뉴턴의 제2운동법칙. 힘과 잘량의 가속도에 대한 영향. 힘, 질량, 기속도 사이의 관계
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## Newton's Second Law

Newton's second law of motion and the effects of force and mass on acceleration. Direct and inverse relationships between force, mass and acceleration.
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## Newton's Second Law

Newton's second law of motion and the effects of force and mass on acceleration. Direct and inverse relationships between force, mass and acceleration.
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## Newton's Second Law

Newton's second law of motion and the effects of force and mass on acceleration. Direct and inverse relationships between force, mass and acceleration.
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## Newton's Second Law SG

Newton's second law of motion and the effects of force and mass on acceleration. Direct and inverse relationships between force, mass and acceleration.
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