Second law of motion

In laws of motion, the second law of motion is defined by the following formula:

 F = ma \,

which states that the force F acting on a body of mass m will tend to cause an acceleration a of motion.

History
This law was formulated by English physicist Isaac Newton in 1686. [1]

References
1. Newton, Isaac. (1686). Principia. Publisher.

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