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It is generally known as Newtonian mechanics, or just mechanics.
it is called free fall and its right if you put inertia
Let me think.......Why should I tell?
The motion of a body will be being drawn towards the center of the earth where it is sugested gravity is centered. Our moon is being drawn towards the center of the earth, but… because of its speed around the earth it always continues to fall towards it but never actually reaches it. In general, the body will accelerate toward the source of the gravity (another object or group of objects) with acceleration = G x Ms / r2, where G = gravitational constant, Ms = mass of the gravitational source (other object) , and r = distance between the centers of mass of the two bodies. This motion will be added to any existing motion the body has already.
You're probably thinking of the term 'free-fall' or 'freely falling', or in relativity you might say it follows a 'geodesic'.
The force of gravity on every object on Earth is the product of 9.8 meters per second2 times the object's mass. We call the size of that force the object's "weight" on Earth.… The number is different in other places. Although the object's mass is the same on other planets, the '9.8' number only applies on Earth.
This is according to newton's II law of motion
A body in uniform motion has no net force acting on it. That means that either there are no forces at all, or else that all the forces acting on it add up to zero.
You can't tell, without a lot more information. -- If the body was at rest when the forces began to act on it, then it'll move in the direction of the vector sum of the f…orces, which could be any direction depending on the forces. -- If the body was already moving when the forces began to act on it, then its acceleration will be in the direction of their vector sum, but you'd have to know everything about its original motion and the forces in order to figure out what direction the body will move, and when.
It will accelerate in the direction of the force (Or decelerate if the force is opposite to the direction of motion). The amount of acceleration is found by the formula a=F/m …(Newton's second law), where a is the acceleration in m/s^2, F is the force in N, and m is the mass in kg.