# physical science

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find the net force produced by a 40 Newton force and a 50 Newton force in each of the following cases:

Both forces act in the same direction

both forces act in opposite directions.

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im not sure but think your missing some informaton

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this is the question in the book, i don't understand either

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The procedure is to add the numbers when they are in the same direction. That makes the answer 50 = 40 = ___

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