Newton's second law of motion, commonly known as the law of a acceleration, which states that when a body is acted on by a force, its resulting change in momentum takes place in the direction in which the force is applied, is proportional to the force causing it, and inversely proportional to its mass.

It is a relationship between the force applied on the object, its acceleration and the mass. For a constant mass object, it is stated as:

F=a*m

F is force applied on the object ,a is the acceleration of the object, m is its mass.

F=a*m

F is force applied on the object ,a is the acceleration of the object, m is its mass.