# Newton's Second Law

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#1
Can anyone help me fill in the blanks to this statement?

"Newton’s …… law of motion states that the ….. needed to ………. a particle is equal to the
……. of the mass of the particle and the ………… produced. F = ma"

Pretty sure I've got the first bit right with "Newton's second law of motion states that the force needed to accelerate a particle..." but that's all I've got and I'm not sure if that is 100% correct! Thanks in advance
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Have no idea if I'm correct (sorry if I'm wrong!). This is what I would put...

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Newton's <b>second </b>law of motion states that the <b>net force</b> needed to <b>accelerate </b>a particle is equal to the <b>product </b>of the mass of the particle and the <b>acceleration </b>produced.
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(Original post by semsee45)
Have no idea if I'm correct (sorry if I'm wrong!). This is what I would put...

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Newton's <b>second </b>law of motion states that the <b>net force</b> needed to <b>accelerate </b>a particle is equal to the <b>product </b>of the mass of the particle and the <b>acceleration </b>produced.
Thank you so much that's perfect!
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