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  • How to Calculate the Force Needed to Move a Car | It Still ...

    How to Calculate the Force Needed to Move a Car ... (1,450 Kg), and is sitting on a 30 degree incline. The force from gravity acting on the Jeep in the direction it can roll (the perpendicular component of the force) is the downward force (9.8 x 1,450 = 14,250 Newtons) times the cosine of 90 minus the incline (cos(90-30) = 0.5) which is 14,250 ...

  • Force - Wikipedia

    The SI unit of force is the newton (symbol N), which is the force required to accelerate a one kilogram mass at a rate of one meter per second squared, or kg·m·s −2. The corresponding CGS unit is the dyne, the force required to accelerate a one gram mass by one centimeter per second squared, or g·cm·s −2. A newton is thus equal to 100,000 dynes.