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If the hanging mass is 0.200kg and the rolling cart mass is 2.00kg. what is the acceleration?

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### A 3000-N force acts on a 200-KG object the acceleration of the object is?

the equation to use here is Force=Mass x acceleration, or, F=MA.
It is a newtonian equation. 3000N of force = 200Kg x acceleration
rearrange the equation to get: acceleration = 3000N/200kg a newton,
in SI units is a mKg/s2. We can write this into the equation
acceleration = 3000mKg/s2/200kg The kilogram unit cancels out and
you get acceleration = 15m/s2 This means that for every second, the
speed of the object increases by 15m/s

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### What is the acceleration of a 200 kg mass that has a 50 N force acting on it?

The force on an object is given by Newton's 2nd Law:
F = ma
where F is the force, m is the mass, and a
is the acceleration.
To find the acceleration, divide both sides of the equation by
m and rearrange to give
a = F/m
The acceleration of a 200kg mass acted upon by a 50N force is
then
a = (50N)/(200kg) = 0.25 N/kg, or simplifying the units: 0.25
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### What force must be applied to 60kg object to make it accelerate at 10 ms?

600
Newtons
The equation for solving such a problem is displayed below.
F=m*a
Where F stands for force, m stands for mass, and a stands for
acceleration. Next, we just plug in our numbers
F = 60kg * 10 meters/second2
F= 600 kg.meters/second2
The unit "kg.meters/second2" is called a "Newton", which is the
metric equivalent of pounds. So our answer is:
Force = 600 Newton
a=F/m
Ex. a= (600-400)N=200N=> a=200N
m=200kg
200N/200kg=1m/s^2
Acceleration is constant in time since the force of friction
does not depend on the velocity.