Using the consistent (fps) units of the foot-pound-second system of weights

and measures: A body's acceleration [a] is proportional to the ratio of the

net force [f] exerted on and/or by it to [divided by] its mass [m]!

Therefore [f] is not _equal_ to [ma]! A body's mass [m] is proportional to

the ratio of the (net) force [f], exerted on and/or by it to [divided] by

the acceleration [a] that

occurs; due to that force: Therefore, for one slug of mass: f/a = 1#

sec²/foot = w/g = 5.33#

sec²/5.33 feet =32# sec²/32 feet....

With mass [m] being proportional to the ratios: m = f/a = w/g:

f = (w/g)a [= (f/a)a]; where by transposition f/a = (w/g) = (f/a):

w = (f/a)g [=(w/g)g]; where by transposition w/g = (f/a) = (w/g).

Any intellegent pros or cons are welcome; from anyone.