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a 45kg skater pushes off from a wall with a force of 234 n. what is the sklater's acceleration?

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    assuming there are no other forces (ignoring friction between the skates and the ice)
    force=mass*acceleration
    so...
    acceleration=force/mass
    acceleration=234n/45kg=??

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