Newtons 2nd law - mathWatch
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You should always start every problem by checking the units are in SI form I.e. length in metres, weight in kg.
Otherwise, your answer will be in units that may not match the answer they’ve given you.
You can work out what the units of your answer is by removing the numerical parts of your equation but keeping your units.
F*M/A = N * (kg/(m/s^2)) = kg^2
Because you can also write N as kg (m/s^2), all you’re left with is kg^2
If you’re not converting and working in standard units, your answer won’t be in standard units.
I used WolframAlpha throughout university as a calculator. You can include the units and it will give you the units for the answer.
I’d recommend trying to convert these yourself though