Newton’s second law states that the net force Facting on a body is given by F = ma, where m is the mass and a is the acceleration of th

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Newton’s second law states that the net force Facting on a body is given by F = ma,
where m is the mass and a is the acceleration of the body. The units for F, m and a
are the Newton (N), the kilogram (kg) and metre per second squared (ms) respectively.
(a) li m= 1000 kg and a = 0,05 m – find the net force acting on the body.
(b)lf F = 100 N and a = 0.1 ms find the mass of the body.​

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Liliana 2 weeks 2021-09-14T10:58:56+00:00 2 Answers 0 views 0

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  1. Charlotte
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    2021-09-14T11:00:06+00:00

    Answer:

    Step-by-step explanation:

    Part 1 :

    Mass, m = 1000 kg

    a = 5 m/s²

    Net force

    We know that,

    F = ma

    F = 1000 × 5

    ⇒ F = 5000 N

    ━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━

    Part 2 :

    F = 100 N

    a 0.1 m/s²

    Mass of the body

    We know that,

    F = ma

    100 = m × 0.1

    m =  

    ⇒m = 1000 kg

    PLEASE MARK IT BRAINILIEST

  2. Charlotte
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    2021-09-14T11:00:24+00:00

    Part 1 :

    \underline{\bigstar{\sf\ Given :}}

    • Mass, m = 1000 kg
    • a = 5 m/s²

    \underline{\bigstar{\sf\ To\:Find:}}

    • Net force

    \underline{\bigstar{\sf\ Solution :}}

    We know that,

    F = ma

    F = 1000 × 5

    ⇒ F = 5000 N

    ━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━

    Part 2 :

    \underline{\bigstar{\sf\ Given :}}

    • F = 100 N
    • a 0.1 m/s²

    \underline{\bigstar{\sf\ To\:Find :}}

    • Mass of the body

    \underline{\bigstar{\sf\ Solution:}}

    We know that,

    F = ma

    100 = m × 0.1

    m =  \frac {100}{0.1}

    ⇒m = 1000 kg

    PLEASE MARK IT BRAINILIEST

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