**Newton's second law**of motion describes the relationship between force and acceleration. They are directly

**proportional**. If you

**increase**the force

**applied**to an object, the acceleration of that object

**increases**by the

**same**factor. In short, force equals

**mass**times acceleration.

Correspondingly, what is the relation between mass and acceleration?

A:

**Force**is**mass**times**acceleration**, or F= m x a. This means an object with a larger**mass**needs a stronger**force**to be moved along at the same**acceleration**as an object with a small**mass**. This is Newton's Second Law of Motion.What can you say about the relationship between mass and acceleration?

The relationship between mass and acceleration is described in

**Newton's Second Law**of Motion. His**Second Law**states that the more mass an object has, more force is necessary for it to accelerate.How is the acceleration of an object related to its mass?

Newton's first law says that an

**object**remains in uniform motion unless acted on by a net force. When a net force is applied, the**object**accelerates. Newton's second law details the relationship between net force, the**mass**, and the**acceleration**: The**acceleration of an object**is in the direction of the net force.