Acceleration of the body is equal to the quotient of the force, i.e., the net force acting on the body, and body mass.

The direction of acceleration is always the same direction of the force or the resultant force acting on the body.

Everyday experience confirms that the acceleration of the body depends on the size of the forces acting on the body.

Newton's second law:

Newton's second law of motion states that a body experiencing a force experiences a acceleration related by "F=MA" force is also expressed as time derivative of momentum ,where momentum is denoted by 'p' "p=mv" (p=massxderivative of velocity). where "F' =force on the body

"M"=mass of the body

"A"=acceleration of the body

Newton?s second law of motion states that the acceleration of an object is directly proportional to the net force acting on it and inversely proportional to its mass: a = F/m. This equation is often written in this rearranged form: F = ma. The unit for force is the Newton, the unit for mass is the kilogram and the unit for acceleration is meters per second squared.

...The Second Law gives us an exact relationship between force (F) , mass (M), and acceleration (a). Which is expressed as a mathematical equation:F =ma and it states that the rate of change of momentum is directly proportional to applied force and takes place in the same direction as the applied force.

...It states that the rate of change of momentum is directly proportional to applied force and takes place in the same direction as the applied force.

It gives us a relationship between force (F) ,mass (M), and acceleration (a) as F =ma