32 Answers

Mysterio Man
answered
2 weeks ago

F=mass Ã— acceleration,

=kgÃ—(m/s^-2),

or SI unit of force=N( Newton)or kg m/sÂ²

=kgÃ—(m/s^-2),

or SI unit of force=N( Newton)or kg m/sÂ²

Faraz Khan
answered
2 weeks ago

If the position of an object changes as time passes it is said to be force.

it's S. I unit Newton's

it's S. I unit Newton's

Mushtaq Ahmad
answered
2 weeks ago

S.I unit of force is Netwon

force is equal to mass Ã— accelerations

as mass unit is kg and unit of acceleration in meter per sec squared( m/ s2)

Therefore, we can also say force is equal to kg Ã— m/s2

force is equal to mass Ã— accelerations

as mass unit is kg and unit of acceleration in meter per sec squared( m/ s2)

Therefore, we can also say force is equal to kg Ã— m/s2

This discussion on SI unit of forCe Is? is done on EduRev Study Group by Class 10 Students. The Questions and
Answers of SI unit of forCe Is? are solved by group of students and teacher of Class 10, which is also the largest student
community of Class 10. If the answer is not available please wait for a while and a community member will probably answer this
soon. You can study other questions, MCQs, videos and tests for Class 10 on EduRev and even discuss your questions like
SI unit of forCe Is? over here on EduRev! Apart from being the largest Class 10 community, EduRev has the largest solved
Question bank for Class 10.

Ask a question

- Surface tension And SI Unit
Doc | 1 Page

- Types of Unit & SI unit - - Units & Measurements
Video | 10:48 min

- SI Unit - Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry
Video | 14:20 min

- Effect of Force & Unit of Force (Physics)
Video | 12:41 min

Upgrade to Infinity