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G-force is an attractive force caused by the acceleration due to gravity on one object by another object. Positive g-force increases the apparent weight of a body while negative g-force decreases the apparent weight of a... More »

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The equation for measuring apparent weight is F = mg ma. F represents apparent weight in newtons, m is the mass of the object, g is the acceleration due to gravity (9.8 meters per second squared on Earth's surface) and... More »

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G-force refers to the force of gravity, equal to a value of 1 for a body at rest at sea level, but which can be increased significantly through vertical or horizontal acceleration. An example of g-force increasing throug... More »

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The amount of force a person can exert depends on many variables, including that person's mass, the acceleration being used to exert the force, and the friction, gravity and other forces involved. According to Live Scien... More »

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The value 9.8 m/s^2 is the average acceleration of a falling object due to the force of gravity on Earth. The letter g represents this value the formula v=gt. With this constant and formula, the speed of an object is cal... More »

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Gravitational potential energy depends on the mass of the object, acceleration because of gravity and the height of the object from a zero position, which is typically the ground or surface where the object is resting. T... More »

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There are two formulas that may be used to calculate mass: mass is equal to the volume of an object multiplied by its density (m=v*d) and mass is equivalent to an object's weight divided by the acceleration of gravity (m... More »

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