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# In physics What is the SI unit of Force? Explain in detail with examples?

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## Re: In physics What is the SI unit of Force? Explain in detail with examples?

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SI unit of force is newton means metre pre second  Reply With Quote

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## Re: In physics What is the SI unit of Force? Explain in detail with examples?

SI UNIT OF FORCE IS NEWTON.
We know that according to newtons 2nd law of motion;
FORCE is an influence that causes a free body to undergo change in shape,size, speed and direction. or it is a intuitive that produces a acceleration (a) in a body of mass(m).
i.e. F=m*a
now mass is in kg and acceleration is m^2 / sec.
that means F= kg.m^2 /sec
i.e. nothing but NEWTON(N).  Reply With Quote

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The SI unit of force is Newton...Force is a vector. The SI unit for force is the newton (N). One newton of force is equal to 1 kg * m/s2.  Reply With Quote

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## Re: In physics What is the SI unit of Force? Explain in detail with examples?

in physics the SI unit of force is newton (N) .it is useful to remember that if you by mistake write Newton as the unit then it will be wrong because it will be a name and not a unit ,hence do not commit this mistake. 1 N force is the amount of net force required to accelerate a body of mass 1 kg at the rate of 1m/s2. example- On Earth's surface, a mass of 1 kg exerts a force of approximately 9.8 N [down] . also 1 kN=1000 N.  Reply With Quote

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## Re: In physics What is the SI unit of Force? Explain in detail with examples?

The Si unit of Force is Newton.It is denoted by the Letter 'N'. 1N for force may be defined as the force require to move a body of mass 1 kg by an acceleration of 1m/s*s.It was named after the great scientist Issac Newton

F=m * a F=Force, m=mass of body a=Accelaration (from Newtons Second law)

F= kg/[m/(s*s)] = N (Newton)  Reply With Quote

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Force = mass x acceleration
The SI unit of force is Newton.  Reply With Quote

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## Re: In physics What is the SI unit of Force? Explain in detail with examples?

hello......

The SI unit of force is the newton, symbol N. The base units relevant to force are:

the metre, unit of length, symbol m,
the kilogram, unit of mass, symbol kg,
the second, unit of time, symbol s.

Force is defined as the rate of change of momentum. For an unchanging mass, this is equivalent to mass x acceleration. Thus 1 N = 1 kg·m·s-2.

The SI derived unit of force. A force of one newton will accelerate a mass of one kilogram at the rate of one meter per second per second.
He was the first person to understand clearly the relationship between force (F), mass (m), and acceleration (a) expressed by the formula F = ma

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## Re: In physics What is the SI unit of Force? Explain in detail with examples? Originally Posted by pabitrapapi physics
In physics What is the SI unit of Force? Explain in detail with examples?
SI UNIT OF FORCE:

>>THE SI UNIT OF FORCE IS KG M /S2 OR IT IS EXPRESSED IN NEWTON.

>>THE FORCE IS DEFINED IS MASS INTO THE ACCLERATION.

>>THE DIMENSION FORMULA FOR THE FORCE IS[ MLT-2]  Reply With Quote

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## Re: In physics What is the SI unit of Force? Explain in detail with examples?

SI UNIT OF FORCE IS NEWTON.
We know that according to newtons 2nd law of motion;
FORCE is an influence that causes a free body to undergo change in shape,size, speed and direction. or it is a intuitive that produces a acceleration (a) in a body of mass(m).
i.e. F=m*a
now mass is in kg and acceleration is m^2 / sec.
that means F= kg.m^2 /sec
i.e. nothing but NEWTON(N).  Reply With Quote

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## Re: In physics What is the SI unit of Force? Explain in detail with examples?

SI Unit of force is Newton i.e kg*m/sec square .
we have,
FORCE=Mass X acceleration
= kg X m per sec x sec
= newton
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## Re: In physics What is the SI unit of Force? Explain in detail with examples?

Hi

The SI UNIT of FORCE is NEWTON.

As you may know that Newton gave 3 laws of Motion. So according to the second law of motion:-
FORCE can cause a free body to undergo change in shape,size, speed and direction and produces an acceleration (a) in a body of mass(m).

So mathematically FORCE=mass * acceleration

Now mass has the SI Unit as kg and Acceleration as m^2 / sec.

so the SI Unit of Force can be derived as F= kg.m^2 /sec

i.e. This is called Newton. Its so that generation after generation people cannot forget Sir Issac Newton !

Hope this helps

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## Re: In physics What is the SI unit of Force? Explain in detail with examples?

dear friend it is very simple. let's go for it
s.i. unit of force is NEWTON (N)
how it comes?
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Force : F
Mass : M
Accelaration : a

we know that,
F=Mxa
= kg x m per sec x sec
= newton...  Reply With Quote

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## Re: In physics What is the SI unit of Force? Explain in detail with examples?

respected sir,
i think you have fever in physics .so avoid it firstly you feel that physics is easy and you can master it
coming to yuor problem that is simple and solution for it as follows

we know that ,
force=mass x accelaration
= kg x metre/sec x sec
= newton

hence the si unit of force is equal to newton: newton = kg x m/sec x sec

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## Re: In physics What is the SI unit of Force? Explain in detail with examples?

HELLO FRIEND.......

According to Newton's second law of motion force is equal to the product of acceleration and mass which is F=M*A and mass in kilograms and acceleration is equal to metre per second square so F=kgm/sec*sec which is equal to "NEWTON".

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## Re: In physics What is the SI unit of Force? Explain in detail with examples?

SI unit of Force is NEWTON.

Definition :
Force is an influence which tends to change the shape ,size ,direction and speed of object.

It is a vector quantity.

Force = Mass X Acceleration.
i.e. f = m x a.
Unit : Kgm/s squ.or Newton.

Force are of two types :
Balanced force
and unbalanced force.

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