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Homework Help: Physics but algebra problem

Posted by Leah on Wednesday, September 23, 2009 at 6:29pm.

Having issue with algebra.

89N=ma
99N=m2a

would you do something like plugging one into the other such as.
a=89/m
99N=99/(2(89/m)

prob is when i get a fraction in the denominator i get confused can someone help me. I'm trying to find the mass. Which i will then convert into weight (N). N=mg.

Can someone help?

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