Force calculator has been designed to calculate the amount of the force applied by an object or to an object. Such as if there is an object with the mass of 21 kg to be moved at the changing speed of 3 m/s^{2} then you can calculate the amount of net force required to move the object. But how? Well, this is actually for what this calculator has been designed.

Firstly, let us answer the question that how much force is required to move an object of mass 21 kg at 3m/s^{2} changing speed. We can calculate the net force using the force formula.

$$F\;=\;ma$$

Where **F** represents Force, **m** represents the mass of the object, and **a** represents the acceleration.

$$\text{Mass}\;=\;21\;\text{kg}$$

$$\text{Acceleration}\;=\;3\frac{m}{s^2}$$

$$F\;=\;21*3\;=\;62N$$

62 Newton (force) is required to move that object.

If you are still figuring out about these physics things and how to calculate force, then let us throw more light on Force. Consequently, we will also discuss mass and acceleration and their role in the calculation of the force. Alongside more examples, we will tell you about the different units of force as well.

## What is Force?

When it is about physics, force is what comes first. Force is a vector quantity that has both magnitude and direction. Force can be marked as a push or a pull that causes an object to move. It also causes changes in the velocity of a moving object.

The Force is a very significant phenomenon of nature as without force nothing can be moved. The most commonly used unit of force is known as Newton (N).

## How Force is Represented?

Most commonly, Newton (N) is used to represent the Force. Hence, we can say that N is the most commonly used unit of force. Anyhow, we have some other units of force as well.

## What are the Units of Force?

- dyne (dyn)
- Kilogram-force (kgf)
- Newton (N)
- Kilonewton (kN)
- Kip (kip)
- Pound-force (lbf)
- Ounce-force (ozf)
- Poundal (pdl)

## What is the Formula of Force?

The formula of Force is stated below

$$F\;=\;ma$$

Whereas **"m"** refers to the mass and **"a"** refers to the acceleration.

## What is Acceleration?

We have already discussed that force causes an object to move from its place. Force not only pushes or pulls an object but also changes its speed/velocity. Such a change in the velocity of a moving object is marked as **acceleration**. The basic unit of acceleration is m/s^{2}.

Acceleration is one of the fundamental and required values that are used to calculate the force.

The other required value to be known for the calculation of the force is the mass of the object that is moving/moved or to be moved. Whereas, **mass** refers to the weight of the object. The basic unit of mass is kg.

## How to calculate Force?

It isn't that difficult in fact it is easy, how to find force. To calculate the force, all we are required to do is to determine the values of the mass and acceleration of the object force of which is to be calculated.

It is a simple fact that if you want to calculate the force then there must be an object that has some mass and is moving with some speed (acceleration). So, you have to figure out the values of mass and acceleration for the force calculation.

Well, simply, we can use the force formula to calculate force. Force equation is F=ma. Anyhow, here, we are not concerned with using the formula to find out the value of the force.

We are here to provide you with a smart tool that has been designed to assist you in calculating the amount of the force as per your requirement. Force Calculator has been equipped with all necessary techniques that can be used to calculate Force.

## How to Use Force Calculator?

It is quite easy to use Force Calculator. Just follow these simple steps.

**First Step:** Place the value of the mass of the objects

**Second Step:** Select the unit of the mass

**Third Step:** Place the value of the acceleration of the object

**Fourth Step:** Select the unit of then acceleration

**Fifth Step:** Press Calculate

As per the given input (value of mass and acceleration), the force calculator will calculate the force.