1 NEWTON =how many dyne?

10 raise to power 6

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1N=10to the power 6 dynes

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  • 1 newton = 105 dyne
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dyne , unit of force in the cgs system of units, which is based on the metric system ; an acceleration of 1 centimeter per second per second is produced when a force of 1 dyne is exerted on a mass of 1 gram. In terms of the newton , the force unit in the mks system , 1 dyne equals 0.00001 newtons ...

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1 newton is 105 dynes..................

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1 newton= 105 dyn.

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1N =1Kg * 1m /s2
      =1000g * 100cm /s2    
      = 100000 g cm/s2
​      = 10^5 g cm/s2        = 10^5 dyne
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1 N =  105 Dyne
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10^s dyne
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10*10*10*10*10
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1newton is 10^5 dynes . (10to the power 5)
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yes correct.    1Newton is 105 dynes.    cheers
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10 power 6
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100000
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10dyne
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10*10*10*10*10

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1 Newton is 10 to power 5 dyne
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10^5 dyne
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1 newton = ​100000 dyne
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1 Newton = 100000 dyne
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 1 Newton=10^5 dyne
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1 newton = 10^5 dyne
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1newton=100000dyne
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1newton=100000dyne
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1 Newton = 100000 dyne
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10 to the power 5 dyne
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10 raised to 5 Dynes =1Newton
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1 lakh-100000
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1N=100000dynes
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10^5
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10 to the power 5
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10^5
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10^5
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10^9
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10^5 dyne
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1 Newton = 10^5 dyne
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Now dyne and Newton are both units of force; dyne in CGS system and Newton in MKS system.

Dyne is that force which produces an acceleration of 1 cm/s² in a body of mass 1 g.

So, 1 Dyne = 1 g × 1cm/s² ————————(1)

Similarly, one Newton is that force which produces an acceleration of 1 m/s² in a body of 1 kg.

So, 1 Newton= (1 kg) × (1 m/s²)= (1000 g)×(100 cm/s²)= 100000 ×(1 g)× (1 cm/s²)= 100000 dyne.

So 1 Newton = 105 dyne.
 

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1N= 10^5 dyne
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100000 dyne
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1 Newton = 10^5 dyne
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10 to the power 5 dyne
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10 ki power 5
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1N= 10^5dyne
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1 dyne in mks units
 
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