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The Newton's Second Law for a System of Particles Calculator will calculate:

- Net Force acting on a system of particles (at maximum 3 particles)
- Centre of mass of the system of particles
- Acceleration of the system of particles

The magnitude of acceleration of the system of particles is m/s^{2} |

Magnitude of acceleration of the system of particles calculation |
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a = √b/√c/da = √/√/a = //a = /a = |

Where b = (F_{1x} + F_{2x} + F_{3x} )^{2} + (F_{1y} + F_{2y} + F_{3y} )^{2} + (F_{1z} + F_{2z} + F_{3z} )^{2}c = (x _{1} × m_{1} + x_{2} × m_{2} + x_{3} × m_{3} )^{2} + (y_{1} × m_{1} + y_{2} × m_{2} + y_{3} × m_{3} )^{2} + (z_{1} × m_{1} + z_{2} × m_{2} + z_{3} × m_{3} )^{2}d = m _{1} + m_{2} + m_{3} |

Newtons Second Law For A System Of Particles Calculator Input Values |

Mass of the first object (m_{1}) kg |

Mass of the second object (m_{2}) kg |

Mass of the third object (m_{3}) kg |

x-position of the first object (x_{1}) m |

x-position of the second object (x_{2}) m |

x-position of the third object ( x_{3}) m |

y-position of the first object (y_{1}) m |

y-position of the second object (y_{2}) m |

y-position of the third object (y_{3}) m |

z-position of the first object (z_{1}) m |

z-position of the second object ( z_{2}) m |

z-position of the third object (z_{3}) m |

x - component of force acting on the first object (F_{1x}) N |

x - component of force acting on the second object (F_{2x}) N |

x - component of force acting on the third object (F_{3x}) N |

y - component of force acting on the first object (F_{1y}) N |

y - component of force acting on the second object (F_{2y}) N |

y - component of force acting on the third object (F_{3y}) N |

z - component of force acting on the first object (F_{1z}) N |

z - component of force acting on the second object (F_{2z}) N |

z - component of force acting on the third object (F_{3z}) N |

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a = *√***(F**_{1x} + F_{2x} + F_{3x} )^{2} + (F_{1y} + F_{2y} + F_{3y} )^{2} + (F_{1z} + F_{2z} + F_{3z} )^{2} */** √***(x**_{1} × m_{1} + x_{2} × m_{2} + x_{3} × m_{3} )^{2}

+ (y_{1} × m_{1} + y_{2} × m_{2} + y_{3} × m_{3} )^{2}

+ (z_{1} × m_{1} + z_{2} × m_{2} + z_{3} × m_{3} )^{2}*/**m*_{1} + m_{2} + m_{3}

+ (y

+ (z

If there are only two objects available, please leave the box of the third mass (i.e. m_{3}) empty.

If there are only two dimensions available, please leave the values of the third coordinate empty (i.e. z_{1}, z_{2} and z_{3}).

If there is any missing components of force, please leave them empty.

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