anonymous
  • anonymous
A 3,000-N force gives an object an acceleration of 15 m/s². The mass of the object is____.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Please post your physics questions in the physics group.
anonymous
  • anonymous
no >:(
anonymous
  • anonymous
Asking us biology nerds to do your physics homework for you isn't going to help you understand the material.

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anonymous
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fine

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