The No. #1 Best Way to Understand Torque

Torque is defined as the product of force and distance. After hearing this the next thing that comes to my mind is whether should I remember one more formula and whether is there any use for it. and the answer is yes torque can be used practically after seeing the way it’s used I can say through another formula to remember but that would be easy to remember.

Let’s begin

In simple words, torque is the force you apply on any object to turn or twist.


If the force you applied is ‘f’ and the length of the rod on which you apply force is ‘L’ then torque say ‘T’ is calculated as

T = f x L

If you know any two values from these three, the rest can be calculated.

Difference between force and Torque

There is just a slight difference between force and torque.

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