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if you apply a force of 1.0N to a cart of mass 1.0kg with negligible friction, what do you expect the acceleration to be?

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Its simple definition of newton. Acceleration has to be 1 m/s2. F=m*a.....so if F=1N and m=1 Kg thn a=1m/s2..

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