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Posted by lilman on Saturday, May 5, 2012 at 8:52pm.

Using Newtons second law of motion if the force on an object is 20N, and its mass is 5g, what is it's acceleration?

A=F/M
A=20N/5g
now I'm not sure what to do. Can someone please help?

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