# Average Force Calculator

Here is the online physics calculator to find the average force exerted by an object. Enter the mass of the object, final velocity, initial velocity, the time period for which the force is exerted in this online average force calculator and submit to know the force in Newtons.

Here is the online physics calculator to find the average force exerted by an object. Enter the mass of the object, final velocity, initial velocity, the time period for which the force is exerted in this online average force calculator and submit to know the force in Newtons.

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**Average Force Formula:**
Given below is the formula to calculate the average force exerted by an object. It is calculated by multiplying the mass of the body with the average velocity over a certain period of time and the resulting average force will be expressed in Newton.

#### Formula:

Force = M x (F - I) / T
**Where,**
M = Mass
F = Final Velocity
I = Initial Velocity
T = Time
This **online average force calculator** helps you to study the average impact force during collisions between electrons and objects. For collisions, the mass and change in velocity are often readily measured, but the force during the collision is not. If the time of collision can be measured, then the average force of impact can be calculated. Enter the required details and submit to know the average force.

**Average Force:**
It is the force exerted by an object in a defined period of time at a defined period of speed. Calculating it helps you to determine the rate of change of momentum for any number of time intervals. The main utility of the finding such force is the study of the average impact force during collisions.

This online average force calculator can accept the input values of mass in units like mg, g, kg, oz etc, but whereas you can enter the other inputs in allowed units only.

#### Example

**A mass of 150 kg has final velocity 15m/s and initial velocity 10m/s with time 3s, then its average force is,**

Force = 150 x (15 - 10) / 3

= 250 N