# How fast will an object with a mass of #7 kg# accelerate if a force of #8 N# is constantly applied to it?

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The acceleration of the object can be calculated using Newton's second law: F = ma. Rearranging the formula to solve for acceleration (a), we get a = F/m. Substituting the given values, we get a = 8 N / 7 kg ≈ 1.14 m/s². So, the object will accelerate at approximately 1.14 meters per second squared.

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