Practice Problems

Make sure to enter your answers in the specified units .
What is the weight (in newtons) of a man whose mass is kilograms?

A force of newtons is applied to an object causing it to accelerate at m/s2. What is the mass of the object in kilograms?

Assuming that there is no friction, what will be the acceleration produced by a force of newtons applied to a mass of grams? (Answer in m/sec2).

Assuming no friction, what force will be needed to keep a mass of kilograms moving at a constant speed of m/s?

A player of mass kilograms throws a ball. Which of the following is true?
1.The force the player exerts on the ball is greater.
2.The force the ball exerts of the player is greater.
3.The forces are equal.
4.The question cannot be answered without knowing the mass of the ball.

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