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If it is the only force acting on the object, the object accelerates.
400 N 400 N / 10cm2 = 2000 N / 50cm2
If you apply force to an object, you accelerate it. If you apply the force in the direction that the object is moving, you speed it up. If you apply it in the opposite direction, you slow it down. If you apply the force in another direction than the object is moving in you will change the direction of the objects motion. The amount of acceleration is given by a = F/m where a is acceleration, F is force and m is the mass of the object.
Apply some force to the object.
You apply a force to an object. The object must move in the same way as the applied force
you can push the object or you can pull the object
Centripetal force is a force that keeps an object inwards, in the case of circular motion or similar.
The buoyant force on an object equals the weight of the water it displaces.
The object will remain the same regardless of the amount of force you apply on it.
Momentum is produced if the object is in motion.
You reduce the diameter of the small piston. Or reduce the diameter and increase the travel of the small piston if you want the large piston to maintain it's previous range of travel.
Force and acceleration are NOT the same. If you apply a net force to an object, it causes the object to accelerate. The amount of acceleration depends on the force and the mass of the object. Force = mass x acceleration.
you apply a force to an object
apply a force to it
apply two forces , known as a couple
To measure a force, depends on how the force is applied. For example if it is a piston rod actuated by a piston, you can measure the pressure inside the cylinder containing the piston, this may be filled with gas or liquid, and calculate the force from the area of the piston/cylinder. If it is a lever system, work out the mechanical advantage of the levers and multiply by the actuating force, probably obtained as above. You can also measure force directly using a strain gauge between the applying force and the object.
in a vacuum an object has no buoyant force. This is because there is no fluid (gas or liquid) in the vacuum to apply force to the object.
It will create pressure.