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Q: What is the force of a 10kg object accelerating at 4 meters per second?

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An object will continue accelerating as long as there is a force acting on it. (Newton's Second Law)

An object will continue accelerating as long as there is a force acting on it. (Newton's Second Law)

The mass of an object can be determined by taking (the net force in Newtons) divided by (the acceleration in meters per second per second).

An object is accelerating when its speed or direction changes

The idea is to use Newton's Second Law: force = mass x acceleration. Solving for acceleration: acceleration = force / mass. Pressumably, the acceleration is in meters per square second; the answer will be in kilograms.

Force affects an object by accelerating it. Newton's Second Law of Motion states that force = mass times acceleration. Solving for acceleration, you get acceleration = force divided by mass.

F = ma Force (in Newtons) equals mass (in kilograms) times acceleration (in meters per second squared) In this case, 450 = 30a, so the accelerating is 15 meters per second squared

The object is not accelerating.

minimum 20N

Friction force

It produces an acceleration in the motion of the body in the direction of the net force.

The cart is decelerating, not accelerating.

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