Posted by **Daniel** on Tuesday, February 20, 2007 at 4:09am.

Two forces act on a 0.200 kg ant: F1 =(3.00i - 8.00j)N and F2=(5.00i + 3.00j)N.

Express the net acceleration of the ant in unit vector notation.

The resultant force is 8.00 i - 5.00 j Newtons. Divide that by the mass (0.2 kg) for the acceleration vector, in m/s^2.

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