For a moving object the force acting on the object varies directly from the objects acceleration when a force of 25 N acts on a certain obje

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For a moving object the force acting on the object varies directly from the objects acceleration when a force of 25 N acts on a certain object the acceleration of the object is 5 m/s2 top of two if the force exchange to 10 N what will be the acceleration of the object

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3 months 2021-11-07T05:47:39+00:00 1 Answer 0 views 0

2m/s²

Step-by-step explanation:

If for a moving object the force acting on the object varies directly from the objects acceleration, then it can be expressed as:

F∝a

F = ka.

F is the force

a is the object’s acceleration

From the expression;

k is the constant of proportionality

When an initial force of 25 N acts on the object and the acceleration of the object is 5 m/s², then

k = 25/5

k = 5Ns²/m

If the force exchange to 10 N, the acceleration of the object will be gotten using the relationship above

F = ka

Given F = 10N and k = 5Ns²/m

a = F/k = 10/5

a = 2m/s²

The acceleration of the object will be 2m/s²