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Two forces are acting on an object of 10 kg. Force 1 is 10 N pointing north. Force 2 is 20 N pointing west. What would be the magnitude and direction of the acceleration of the particle?

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1.) A box with a mass of 5 kg only has three forces acting on
it:
One force of 16 N due East.
One force of 24 N due South.
One force of 39 N due East
What is the magnitude of the box's acceleration, in
m/s2?
Write the number and not the units.
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it:
One force of 15 N due East.
One force of...

The above free body diagram, the forces are acting on a 4.70 kg
object. The x-axis is tilted up from the horizontal by
39.5 degrees. The magnitudes of the three forces are given
by:
Force F1: 77.0 N
Force F2: 74.0 N
Force F3: 66.0 N.
What is the magnitude of the acceleration of the object?
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A 7
kg object is subject to the action of two forces. One of the forces
has a magnitude of 10 N and an easterly direction. Calculate the
magnitude and direction of the other force if we know that the
object is accelerating at 1 m / s2 to the east.

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tugboats. One is pushing with a force of 6.0×105 N due north. The
other is pushing with a force of 6.5×105 N, 20° west of north. What
is the direction and magnitude of the acceleration of the large
ship? Assume no other forces are acting on it.

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