# Net Force

**Formula:**`F = m * a`

## Introduction to Net Force Calculator

The net force acting on an object is calculated by multiplying its mass by its acceleration. In this formula, ** F** represents the net force,

**is the mass of the object, and**

*m***is the acceleration. The result is expressed in newtons (N).**

*a*## Parameter usage:

`mass`

= mass of the object`acceleration`

= acceleration of the object

## Example valid values:

`mass`

= 10 (kg)`acceleration`

= 5 (m/s^2)

## Output:

`net force`

= net force acting on the object (in newtons)

## Data validation

The mass and acceleration should be greater than zero.

## Summary

This calculator takes into account the mass and acceleration of an object and outputs the net force acting on the object, measured in newtons (N).