A 10 newton force is approximately 2.25 pounds-force, so the 5 pound force is greater.
On earth: 98 newtons (22.1 pounds) On the moon: 16 newtons (3.6 pounds)
You can't. They are different units that depends on the force acting on the mass. For example, if the only force were gravity (approx 10), you would have approx 1088.6 Newtons
At the earth's surface, a block with a force of 10 newtons has a mass of 1.02kg
The gravitational force between masses depends on the distance between them. > The force (and reaction) can be calculated from: : f (newtons) = (G * 7 * 4) / d2 where: G = newtons gravitational constant ( 6.672 * 10 -11) d = distance between centres of gravity in metres > Example: a distance of 0.1 metres between the masses would exert a force of on each mass of 1.868 * 10 -7 newtons
A force of 9.8 N is the force exerted on a 1 kilogram mass at rest by the force of Earth's gravity at sea level. So 10 N is the force of about a 1.02 kg mass (approximately 2.25 pounds force)This is a scalar measurement.
"10 newtons" is a force, equal to about 21/4 pounds.
stress is force divided by area. If you have a force of 10 acting over area 1 stress is 10 ; if area is 2 stress is 5, etc. Force has units of pounds or newtons and stress is pounds per square inch or newtons per square meter
to weigh 1000 newtons the object would have to weigh the equivalent of 100kg Comes from F = ma Force = 1000 newtons = mass x acceleration acceleration = gravity = 10 m/s^2 So Force/acc. = mass = 100 kg
If you exert a force of 100 newtons , and your hands are 10cm (0.1m) from the pivot(the center of the handlebars, the formula is force(100)xPerpendicular distance (0.1) the force would be 10 newtons , but if you increased the distance your hands are from the center (e.g. to 50cm away) the force would be 50 newtons , So, the greater the distance from the center , the greater the turning force (moment).
Movment. Ex.> force of 10 newtons-><-force of 5 newtons movement of 5 newtons->
10 kg of mass weighs -- 22.05 pounds (98.1 newtons) on earth -- 3.6 pounds (16.2 newtons) on the moon -- 8.38 pounds (37.3 newtons) on Mercury
It's the measurement of a force of about 2.248 pounds. It could have been measuredby a spring balance, a dynamometer, or a bathroom scale.Note that although every force is a vector, the description "10 newtons" states onlyits magnitude, and leaves its direction for you to guess.
The question does not make sense. 10 Newtons is a force of 10 Newtons, sufficient to accelerate a mass of 10 kilograms by 1 meter per second squared. The concept of "safe" as applied to a force has no meaning in the context of this question. Please restate the question.
10N is about 2.25 pounds at earth's surface.