# Physics

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Two forces F1 and F2 act on ab object. It accelerates in a particular direction. Under what circumstances can you predict the direction of force F1 regardless of the specific value of Force F2?

My ans:

When F2 is weight but I am not sure

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Weight makes sense.

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