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the same force is constantly applied to two moveable objects. the more massive object will
a) travel at the same speed as the lighter one
b) increase speed but at a slower rate than the lighter one
c) increase speed but at a greater rate than the lighter one
d) increase speed but at a faster rate than the lighter one
e) either b or c

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