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what force is necessary to acceleration a 32 kg dog at a rate of 23.6m/s2? f=mxa

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    Multiply mass (m) by acceleration (a) to get the required force (F).

    In your case, using mass in kg and acceleration in m/s^2, the Force will be in Newtons.

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