### 8.6.FORCE AND ACELERATION

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Imagine an with m identical "i" units that generates a constant amount of decisions in time, that is its initial speed is v(0).
On that body new f stimulus act during a t time that will generate an increase in the number of decisions that body generates. The increase in the speed in making decisions that body will be

Then:

We can associate the number of f stimulus that a body receives with what in colloquial language we call force.
The net force applied on the body is proportional to the acceleration that body gets. The constant of proportionality is the body's mass, so we can express the relationship in the following way:
F = m a

BODY MASS CONCEPT

if the i Units that compose one body where the same and this where composed by m(0) units of the type i(0), m(1) units of the type i(1)... m(n) units of the type i(n) , with each type of unit associate to a diferent energy value e(0), e(1)... e(n), in this case the mass proporcionality factor will be:

m= S m(0).e(0) + m(1).e(1)+.......+m(n).e(n)

This value is what in the Classics Physics we know as Body Mass and in the Universe of Decisions we define as:

The Mass of a body is the proporcionality constant between the number of new stimulus that a body recieves and the acceleration that it produce