# What are the units of a force vs acceleration graph?

• The units of the slope of force vs. acceleration are N/(m/s^2). This simplifies to kg. The slope represents the mass of the pulley.

• The Force vs acceleration graph has force in the y-axis and acceleration in the x-axis, therefore: y/x is= Force/acceleration. Force/acceleration = mass. Slope of Force vs acceleration is equal to mass.

Also, what are the units of the slope of your F vs V 2 plot? The units of the slope of the F vs. v plot are based off the formula F = mv 2 r , so they are simply m/r, or the mass of the bob versus the radius of the rotation. Therefore, the units are kg/m.

Beside above, what is the slope of a force vs mass graph?

Answers and Replies. Yes the slope has units! Since you are plotting force against mass, the rise in the graph is the change in force while the run is the change in mass. I am assuming that you are dealing with the SI system, which means force is measured in Newtons (N) and mass in kilograms (kg).

What is a force time graph?

A force vs. time graph is a graph that shows force on the y-axis and time on the x-axis. The area under a force-time graph is force multiplied by time, which is a quantity called impulse. Impulse is equal to the change in momentum of an object.

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