- A constant force is applied to an object, causing the object to accelerate at 7.6 m/s2. What would the acceleration be if each of the following things happened (from the initial state)? (a) the force is doubled [15.2] m/s2 (b) the object's mass is doubled [3.8] m/s2 (c) the force and the object's mass are both doubled [7.6] m/s2 (d) the force ...
- Such a block would then be subjected to four different forces: a normal force, a friction force, a tension force, and a long-range (gravitation) force. The question arises then as to how these forces combine when acting on a body. As it turns out their combined effect is additive2.

- F stands for gravitational force. It is measured in newtons and is always positive. It means that two objects of a certain mass always attract (and never repel) each other; M and m are the masses of two objects in question; R is the distance between the centers of these two objects; and; G is the gravitational constant. It is equal to 6.674×10 ...
- A constant force is applied to an object, causing the object to accelerate at 7.6 m/s2. What would the acceleration be if each of the following things happened (from the initial state)? (a) the force is doubled [15.2] m/s2 (b) the object's mass is doubled [3.8] m/s2 (c) the force and the object's mass are both doubled [7.6] m/s2 (d) the force ...

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- Two objects push on each other. The first object has a mass 30.0kg and it accelerates at 2.00m/s^2 toward the east. The second object has a mass 7.00kg. No other forces are acting on the objects. a.) What is the force acting on the first object? A.) 60.0N, east B.) 60.0 N, west C.) 0.00 N, east D.)0.00N, west b.)
- Derivation; The accelleration of the center of mass of the system is: where is the net force acting on the i-th particle.. The i-th particle may interact with particles inside the system and with objects outside the system, therefore the net force on the i-th particle may include internal forces and external forces.When adding all the forces acting on the N particles, the Newton's 3rd law ...