Answer to Question #943 in Mechanics | Relativity for Claire

Question #943
In the absence of a gravitational field, you could determine the mass of an object (of unknown composition) by?
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Expert's answer
2010-11-08T02:14:37-0500
Using the second Newton's law we have
F = ma,
so if we know the force acting on the body and its acceleration, we always
can determine the mass of the object as the ratio of them:
m = F/a.

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