A, determines the resultant force that is exerted on a beam by a specified force. For example, A might be used to determine the impact a bullet exerts on a bullet, a hammer on a hammer, a car on a car, or a train on a train.

We can use A to determine the resultant impact a beam has on a beam, the friction between a moving beam and a stationary beam, or the force it exerts on a beam when acted upon by an external force. This is done by using a lever to measure the resultant force that acts on the beam, with a fixed distance between the ends of the lever.

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