# Are these three formulas correct?

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If Force = #F# ,

Acceleration = #a# ,

and Mass = #m#

does that mean

Force = #m# #xx# #a#

Acceleration = #F/m#

Mass = #F/a#

or did I include a mistake in my work?

If Force =

Acceleration =

and Mass =

does that mean

Force =

Acceleration =

Mass =

or did I include a mistake in my work?

##### 2 Answers

#### Answer:

These are all correct!

#### Explanation:

100% right

so

#### Answer:

Correct mathematical representation of the last formula is

#### Explanation:

Especially the last formula assumes that while trying to obtain the value of mass *i.e.* , the magnitudes of two vectors involved.

It is a convention and is understood.

Needless to say that the acceleration is produced by the force and therefore, these two vector quantities have the same direction. Strictly, speaking the correct formula should look like

Similarly, to be precise one may also write the remaining two expressions as

Force

Acceleration