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There is some confusion here. 500 newtons IS a force. You don't "give a force an acceleration". You can accelerate an object (which has a mass), but not a force.

Q: What force needed to give 500 newtons this acceleration 3.00 plus 3 meters per second squared?

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F = m a = (976) (2.5) = 2,440 newtons

Force = mass * acceleration and acceleration is in units of meters per second squared. I will assume you mean this. m/s2 Force = (1800 kg)(4 m/s2) = 7200 Newtons ----------------------

Force = mass * acceleration Force = (3000 kg)*(2 m/s^2) = 6000 Newtons ---------------------- ( that is 6000 times the force needed to push in a doorbell, on average )

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By Newton's Second Law: F = ma, and since both mass (10kg) and acceleration (5 m/s2) is provided. The magnitude of the force needed is simply 10 x 5 = 50 kgm/s2 or 50 newtons.

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F = m a = (976) (2.5) = 2,440 newtons

Force = mass * acceleration and acceleration is in units of meters per second squared. I will assume you mean this. m/s2 Force = (1800 kg)(4 m/s2) = 7200 Newtons ----------------------

F = ma(Force = Mass * Acceleration)F = (3) * (5)F = 15 N(15 Newtons)

Force = mass * acceleration Force = (3000 kg)*(2 m/s^2) = 6000 Newtons ---------------------- ( that is 6000 times the force needed to push in a doorbell, on average )

fROM nEWTON'S 2ND LAW, F = ma where m = mass and a = acceleration F = 6000 x 2.2 = 13,200 kg-m/sec2 = 13200 Newtons

F = (mass) x (acceleration) = (55) x (15) = 825 newtons.

Well force=mass x acceleration. Force in Newtons (N) Mass in kg Acceleration in metres per second squared. force = 3000N 3,500 N

Force = Mass* Acceleration = 66 Kg * 2 m/second = 132 Kg meters per second per second = 132 Newtons.

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A force of 4500 Newtons is required.

Force = Mass * Acceleration = 1 * 2 = 2 Newtons