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Q: What is force times length?

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yes; torque is force times perpendicular distance which is the arm length; if you increase the length you increase the torque so a small force at long length can be greater torque than big force at a smaller length

(mass) times (length) divided by (distance)2 or (mass) times (acceleration)

[ force ] = [ mass ] [ acceleration ] = [ mass ] [ length/time2 ] = [ mass-length-time-2 ]

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for a given lever length the force is (150 / 100) times greater torque = force (pounds) * lever length (feet)

No! Length squared will be the length times the length again. Length times height is going to find the area so it will not be the same.

Magnitude of the force.

Length x Length

multiply the force with length.

length times width length times width

The length of a radius is not the length of a diameter. The diameter is two times the length of the radius.

[Force] = [ mass x length / time2 ]

[ Force ] = [ Mass x Length / Time2 ]

Length times width is a mathematical formula. Length× width=area

Longer length requires more power.

Volume = Length time width times height.

Magnitude..

length times width equals the area of a rectangle. length times width equals the area of a rectangle. area

its length times width

Divide the length of the force arm by the length of the resistance arm.

No, force and energy are not the same dimension to start with. Gravitational force on an object is equal to mass*(gravitational acceleration) {dimensions Mass*Length/TimeÃ‚Â²}Kinetic energy is (1/2)*mass*(velocity)Ã‚Â² {dimensions Mass*LengthÃ‚Â²/TimeÃ‚Â²}. If you look at these, Force, multiplied by length has the same dimension as Energy. And in fact you have other forms of energy:Work is Force times distance;Potential energy = mass*(gravitational accel)*height = (Force due to gravity)*(height), height is a distance or length.

Force times Distance equals Work

Force times distance equals work.

Air Force Times was created in 1947.

Force times distance calculates work.