Posted by **christine** on Friday, October 22, 2010 at 4:35pm.

An object with a mass of 2.728x10^1 kg is subjected to a force of 1.31851x10^3 N directed at an angle of 1.056x10^1 degrees from the x axis. A second force of 1.93826x10^3 N acting in the negative Y directions is also applied to the object. To two significant figures what is the net acceleration in the Y direction (remember to include weight!)?

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