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Posted by Lisa on Thursday, October 1, 2009 at 5:25pm.

A 21.6-kg box rests on a table. A 19.3-kg box is placed on top of the first box, as shown. Determine the total force in N that the boxes exert on the table.

FIND f=ma for both and add them up?
a=9.8 gravity rite?

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