An object with a mass of #2.0# #kg# accelerates #2.0# #m##/##s^2# when an unknown force is applied to It. What is the amount of the force?

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Answer 1

#4N#

When the mass #m# is being accelerated with an acceleration of #a# ,we can say the net force acting in the direction of acceleration is #F=ma#

here,it is given that only one force #F# was applied to cause this acceleration, and also given, #m=2 Kg,a=2ms^-2#

So,#F=2*2=4N#

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