Posted by **shani** on Thursday, October 29, 2009 at 1:25pm.

A fisherman yanks a fish out of the water with an acceleration of 4.5m/s2 using very light fishing line that has a ''test'' value of 100N. The fisherman unfortunately loses the fish as the line snaps. What can you say about the mass of the fish? (please help)

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