# Answer to Question #48709 in Mechanics | Relativity for Arianna

Question #48709

The acceleration, a, of an object produced when a force is applied is given by the following formula, where F represents the force acting on the object and m represents the mass of the object.

a=F/m

If a has units of meters per second squared and m has units of grams, what must be the units of F?

A. grams

B. meters per second

C. grams·meters per second

D. grams·meters per second squared

a=F/m

If a has units of meters per second squared and m has units of grams, what must be the units of F?

A. grams

B. meters per second

C. grams·meters per second

D. grams·meters per second squared

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