Question:-
Perform an activity or an experiment to show that "Force = mass x Acceleration due to gravity".


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Dear student,
We will perform following  activity,

Look at the carts above, clearly, it is visible that we have to exert a small force on the empty cart to accelerate it but the same amount of force will not accelerate the cart which is heavier.
In this way, we proved that mass is dependent on acceleration as well as the force applied.
So to produce more acceleration in the second cart we need to apply more force, hence it proves that force is dependent on acceleration.
Combining these two observations clearly show that force is dependent on mass and acceleration both.
In case the acceleration is acceleration due to gravity then we will perform the same experiment keeping he body hanging freely with the help of support.

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