Newton's second law applied to an object of mass m subjected to constant force `\vec(F)` and acceleration `\vec(a)`.
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Newton's Second Law
Newton's second law expresses the relationship between force, mass and acceleration with the following formula,
`\vec(F) = m * \vec(a)`
When an object of mass m is subjected to a constant force in direction and intensity then it accelerates in the same direction with an acceleration equal to the intensity of the force divided by its mass.