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F = M aa = F / M = 65 / 10 = 6.5 meters per second2

5.6 cm/sec2

Acceleration is 0.25m/s2 (A = force/mass).

Acceleration = 0.5m/s2

Resultant force divided by mass

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F = M aa = F / M = 65 / 10 = 6.5 meters per second2

5.6 cm/sec2

Acceleration is 0.25m/s2 (A = force/mass).

Force = mass x acceleration, therefore, acceleration = force / mass.Force = mass x acceleration, therefore, acceleration = force / mass.Force = mass x acceleration, therefore, acceleration = force / mass.Force = mass x acceleration, therefore, acceleration = force / mass.

Acceleration = 0.5m/s2

Resultant force divided by mass

Acceleration is 0.25m/s2 (A = force/mass).

The one with the smallest mass.

A net force will cause an acceleration. That is to say, if a net force acts on an object, the object's velocity will change.

An object's acceleration is the result of a force being applied to it. When that happens, the magnitude of the resulting acceleration is equal to the force divided by the object's mass, and the direction of the acceleration is in the direction of the force.

0.03 meters per second squared.

Force = mass * acceleration you do the math