**Near Force Calculator**

Enter the values of mass, m_{(kg)} and acceleration, A_{(m/s2)} to determine the value of near Force, NF_{(N)}.

**Near Force Formula**

Near force is the vector sum of all the forces acting on an object. It determines the acceleration of the object according to Newton’s second law of motion.

Near Force, NF_{(N)} in Newtons is calculated by multiplying the mass, m_{(kg)} in kilograms of an object by its acceleration, A_{(m/s2)} in metres per second squared.

Near Force, NF_{(N)} = m_{(kg)} _{ }* A_{(m/s2)}

NF_{(N)} = near force in Newtons, N.

m_{(kg)} _{ } = mass in kilograms, kg.

A_{(m/s2)} _{ }= acceleration in metres per second squared, m/s^{2}.

__Near Force Calculation:__

**Calculate the net force required to accelerate a 5 kg cart at 3 m/s**^{2}.

**Given: **m_{(kg)} _{ } = 5kg, A_{(m/s2)} _{ }= 3m/s^{2}.

Near Force, NF_{(N)} = m_{(kg)} _{ }* A_{(m/s2)}

NF_{(N)} = 5 * 3

NF_{(N)} = 15N.

- A near force of 200 Newtons acting on a mass of 50 kilograms and you want to find the acceleration.

**Given: **m_{(kg)} _{ } = 50kg, NF_{(N)} = 200N.

Near Force, NF_{(N)} = m_{(kg)} _{ }* A_{(m/s2)}

A_{(m/s2)} _{ }= NF_{(N)} / m_{(kg)} _{ }

A_{(m/s2)} _{ }= 200 / 50

A_{(m/s2)} _{ }= 4m/s^{2}.