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Posted by **Jessica** on Sunday, April 29, 2012 at 10:51pm.

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**visoth**, Sunday, April 29, 2012 at 11:32pmForce=mass time acceleration newton second law

force= 50 N, acceleration equal 2 m/s^2

we want the mass

on a side note N(newton and its units are kg m/s^2, im giving oyu this so you can see how the units will cancel out and give you only weight units for the mass so you know you did it correctly)

50N = mass times 2 m/s^2

divide by 2 m/s^2

50N/(2 m/s^2) = mass

the m/s^2 cancels out the m/s^2 on the 50N leaving you with 25kg which is you answer because kg is a unit of weight right?

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