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What Is The Difference Between Force, Energy And Power?

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P=w/t
P=E/t
F=ma
M=mv
E=0.5mv2
w=Fs
delta M=Ft
P=power
E=Energy
F=force
v=velocity
t=time
w=work
M=momentum
a=acceleration
delta M = change in momentum
 
Power (watts W) is the rate in which work is done, energy is produced or energy is consumed.
Energy (joules J) is a measure of energy.
Mass (kilograms kg) is a measure if mass.
Force (neutons N) is what makes an object accelerate.
Work (joules J) is the measure of how much energy was used to move a distance.
Momentum (newton seconds Ns) is a measure of motion
Acceleration (metres per second squared m/s2) is the rate of change of velocity.
Time (seconds s) is a measure of time

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