# Derive the unit o

We know,

Force = mass× acceleration

Unit of mass = kg

Unit of acceleration = m/s2

Therefore, unit of force = kg m/s2

1 kg m/s2 = 1 N

Given, F = 5 N, mass = m1

Acceleration, a = 8 m/s2

F = m × a

m1 = kg

Similarly, given F = 5N

Mass = m2

a = 24 m/s2

5 = m2 × 24 m/s2

m2 = kg

If both the masses are tie together,

Total mass = kg

Now, acceleration for mass kg

F = 5 N

F = m × a

a = = 6 m/s2

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