# Force Calculator

The Force Calculator is provided in support of our Physics Tutorials on Dynamics which explore Motion, the meaning of force, types of forces including gravitational force and weight, resistive forces, terminal velocity, elastic force and tension, inertia and explain Newtons Laws of Motion in clear detail with practical working examples and formula. A list of the supporting Dynamics Physics Tutorials is available at the bottom of this page. This calculator will calculate:

1. The resultant of all forces acting on an object
2. The acceleration caused by these forces on the object

 🖹 Normal View🗖 Full Page View Calculator Precision (Decimal Places)0123456789101112131415 mass of the object (m) moving force (F) angle of the moving force to the horizontal direction (θ) friction coefficient (μ) air drag (D) gravitational field strength (g)
 Gravitational Force (F⃗g) Horizontal Component of Moving Force (Fx) Vertical Component of Moving Force (Fy) Normal Force (N⃗) Frictional Force (f⃗) Acceleration (a⃗)

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Fg = m × g
Fg = ×
Fg = N

Fx = |F| × cos θ
Fx = ×
Fx = N

Fy = |F| × sin θ
Fy = ×
Fy = N

## Normal Force Formula and Calculation

N = m × g - |F| × sin θ
N = × - ×
N = N

f = μ × N
f = × ( × - × )
f = N

## Acceleration Formula and Calculation

a = Fx - μ × N - D/m
a = ( × ) - × ( × - × ) - /b
a = - × - /b
a = m/s2

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