Newton's Second Law of Motion
Acceleration depending on Mass, suppose that your pushing an empty cart. You have to exert only a small force on the cart to accelerate it. But, if the same amount of forced will not accelerate a full cart as on an empty cart. Acceleration depending on force, suppose you give a cart a hard push, the cart will start moving faster than if you have it only a soft push. So an object's acceleration increases as the force on the object increases. An object's acceleration decreases as the force on the object decreases. How to express Newton's second law mathematically is acceleration (A) to mass (M) and force (F) are used to find Newton's second law motion. a = f/m.