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Normally force is dependent on mass and distance and factors like fraction need to be taken into consideration
Force = mass * acceleration (Newton's Second Law of Motion)
Force= mass * acceleration (2nd law of motion)
F=dP/dt so, force can even depend on momentum.
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Force depends on a lot of stuff so it really depends which force you are talking about. most people think force of gravity F=ma
Another force that most people don't think of is the gravitational force between two particles or two objects which is described by the formula
where F is the gravitational force; M1 and M2 are the masses of the two particles; d is their distance apart; and G is the universal gravitational constant. The value of G must be determined by experiment. When the force, masses, and distance are measured in newtons, kilograms, and meters, respectively, G has a numerical value of 6.67 X 10-11. The force of gravitation is a relatively weak force too.