Acceleration by definition defines a force as the change in momentum, which is mass multiplied by velocity, per change in time.
That is, F = ma. Moreover, using the equation, this law explains how the velocity of an object changes when subjected to external force. If there is an additional or lesser force acting on an object with constant mass, then the velocity for a certain duration of time will change.
The rate of change and direction of an object's motion will depend upon the total force acting on the object. If all the forces acting on the object cancels out, then the object will be at rest.
This law of motion relates the rate of change in the movement of a body and the unbalanced force that it experiences.Second Law of MotionSecond law of motions pertains to the acceleration which is the rate of change of velocity of an object which is dependent to force and mass it have.Acceleration is directly proportional to Force if mass is constant. When force increases, the acceleration of an object also increases and vise versa.When force is constant, acceleration is inversely proportional to mass, the bigger the mass the lesser it accelerate.