# How fast will an object with a mass of #15 kg# accelerate if a force of #30 N# is constantly applied to it?

The acceleration will be

According to Newton's Second Law the acceleration is equal to force divided by mass:

So in the given task the acceleration equals:

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Acceleration = Force / Mass Acceleration = 30 N / 15 kg Acceleration = 2 m/s²

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