Force units 0001

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How many newtons of force are represented by 3\ kg\cdot m/s^2?


Considering the second Newton’s Law: F = m\cdot a, and focusing on the units, you can obtain:

F = kg\cdot \frac{m}{s^2}

As you can see, 1 newton is equal to 1\frac{kg\cdot m}{s^2}. This means that the question is representing 3 newtons or 3 N.