acting on it. If the net force doubles, so does the acceleration.
Using Newton's second Law
if F=2F, a=?
Looking at F=ma, we can infer acceleration is directly porportional to force. If the force is doubled, the acceleration is also doubled
its acceleration doubles.
If you cut the net force on an object in half,
its acceleration reduces to half.
If you suddenly increase the net force on an object to eighteen times
as much, its acceleration suddenly becomes 18 times as great.
c. newton's third law of motion
the motion of a pendulum is a classic example of mechanical energy conservation. a pendulum consists of a mass (known as a bob ) attached by a string to a pivot point. as the pendulum moves it sweeps out a circular arc, moving back and forth in a periodic fashion.