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# Force Calculator

To use Force Calculator, select the term you want to calculate, enter the values, and hit calculate button

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## Force Calculator

Force calculator is an online tool used to calculate force with the help of mass and acceleration. You can calculate mass or acceleration using the two known values from these three mass, acceleration, and force. It gives the solution with complete steps.

## What is force?

Force is a physical quantity that represents the interaction between two objects or the influence applied to an object which causes it to accelerate or deform the size or shape of an object.

**Formula:**

**F = ma**

Here,

- m = mass of an object
- a = acceleration

Force is measured in Newton’s (N) units and is calculated as the product of an object's mass and acceleration. In simpler terms, force is the push or pull experienced by an object that can change its state of motion or shape. It plays an exclusive role in understanding the behavior and motion of an object in the physical world.

## How to find force, acceleration, and mass?

**Example 1:**

Calculate the force if mass = 125 and acceleration = 5.

**Solution:**

**Step 1:**

**Write the data carefully.**

m = 125, g = 5, F =?

**Formula:**

F = ma

**Step 2:**

**Put the all values in the above formula and simplify carefully.**

m = 125, g = 5

F = ma

F = 125 × 5

F = 625 N

**Example 2:**

Determine the acceleration if mass = 5, and Force = 150

**Solution:**

**Step 1:**

**Write the data carefully.**

m = 5, F = 150, a =?

**Formula:**

a = F/m

**Step 2:**

**Put the all values in the above formula and simplify carefully.**

m = 5 and F = 150

a = F/m

a = 150/5

a = 30 m/s^{2}

**Example 3:**

Determine the mass if acceleration = 30, and Force = 150

**Solution:**

**Step 1:**

**Write the data carefully.**

a = 30, F = 150, m =?

**Formula:**

m = F/a

**Step 2:**

**Put the all values in the above formula and simplify carefully.**

a = 30, F = 150

m = F/a

m = 150/30

m = 5 kg