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What does the slope of the line on this velocity versus time graph represent? A. zero acceleration B. negative acceleration C. positive acceleration D. positive deceleration

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    d

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    thanx

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    do u have time for a few more??

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    What happens when an object is dropped? A. decelerates as it gets closer to the ground B. accelerates due to the force of gravity C. force and mass increase every four seconds D. change in velocity depends on mass

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    B I think.

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    thanx

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    This equation represents Newton's Second Law of Motion, F=ma. It shows the relationship of force, mass, and acceleration. How will the acceleration of an object change if the force acting on it is doubled, but the mass of the object remains the same? A. The acceleration will be quadrupled. B. The acceleration will be decreased by half. C. The acceleration will be doubled. D. The acceleration will remain the same.

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