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One Newton is the amount of force required to accelerate a body of mass 1 kg by 1 m/sec/sec acceleration.

One Newton is the amount of force required to change of momentum of a body by 1 kg-m/sec in 1 second.

One Newtons can also be defined in terms of the gravitational force on an object of specified mass, exerted by the Earth.

One Newtons is the force that does a work of one Joule in in displacing an object in its direction by 1 meter.

One Newton is the amount of force required to change of momentum of a body by 1 kg-m/sec in 1 second.

One Newtons can also be defined in terms of the gravitational force on an object of specified mass, exerted by the Earth.

One Newtons is the force that does a work of one Joule in in displacing an object in its direction by 1 meter.