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a soccer ball kicked with a force of 14.1 N accelerates at 6.8 m/s^2 to the right. What is the mass of the ball?
in units of Kg.

  • Physics -

    Have you heard of the equation

    F = m a ?

    It is called Newton's second law.

    It can be rewritten as

    m = F/a

    The direction of the kick (right or left) doesn't matter.
    Solve for the mass. It will be in kg if F is in Newtons and a is in m/s^2.

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